Girl Scouts – Totem Council and Girl Scouts – Pacific Peaks Council have now merged to form Girl Scouts of Western Washington. The merger will allow the organizations to make better use of shared resources, build on the strengths in each region and improve efficiency.
This local realignment is part of Girl Scouts of the USA’s core business strategy to create an infrastructure with which the organization will have the greatest impact on girls’ lives nationwide. Within two years, the organization’s goal is to consolidate 310 Girl Scout councils across the country down to 109 high-performance councils. The headquarters for the Girl Scouts of Western Washington will be at an existing facility in DuPont.
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