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Council Governance

Governance is the vision for the organization, ensuring the mission and values of Girl Scouting by providing strategic direction, fiduciary oversight, and leadership for the Utah council.

Girl Scouts of Utah’s governance process provides a structure for communication between the membership and the board of directors to influence policy regarding the council goals, issues affecting girls and issues affecting the business of the organization.

Board of Directors

Girl Scouts of Utah is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors composed of individuals who believe in the value of Girl Scouting and who provide strategic leadership, advocacy, decision-making, partnerships and policy development/oversight.

Interested in sharing your talents with GSU? Complete the Board Interest Form today!

2020 National Convention
GSUSA’s 55th National Council Session and G.I.R.L. 2020

55th NCS Stewardship Report Webinar 
September 9 (Register by September 4)
2:00 p.m. MT

As a part of the 55th National Council Session series of events, GSUSA’s Office of the National Board and CEO will present the Movement’s Stewardship Report and financial report for the past triennium. This webinar, September 9 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. MT, is open to any currently registered member of Girl Scouts of the USA. Registrants will be cross-checked to verify MY2020 membership; once verified, they’ll be sent a link to join the webinar. National delegates and alternates for the 55th NCS, council CEOs, and board chairs may have already been registered for all NCS events by their delegate liaisons and should not register separately for this event. Register online

Green Divider

The National Board held a special meeting on Tuesday, April 21, and voted to hold a one-time virtual session for our 55th National Council Session in October 2020. The board also voted to cancel G.I.R.L. 2020, including the Global Roundtable. Read the full announcement.


Service Unit Delegates are the “Voice of the Members,” bringing the concerns of the membership to the attention of the GSU Board of Directors and leadership staff. Members, 14 years of age and older, may serve as Service Unit Delegates and participate in the democratic process. Delegates provide guidance and input to the board of directors on governance issues and policies affecting the future of the council and communicates this information to service unit members.

National Delegates

National Delegates and Alternates are elected by GSU's voting membership on a triennial (3-year) basis and are the voice of our Council at the National Council Session.

Adult National Delegate Information

Girl National Delegate Information

Town Meetings

The purpose of the GSU Town Meetings is to provide members (adults and girls 14 years and older) with the opportunity to:

  • receive updates and provide input into council policy and governance decisions made by the Board of Directors;
  • help set and support the strategic goals of the council;
  • and provide feedback and participate in discussions and forums necessary to ensure consistent, quality service-delivery of the Girl Scout program to members of Girl Scouts of Utah.

Delegates have an opportunity to provide valuable feedback from Communities during Town Meetings conducted throughout the year. Representation by members in every Community encourages informed decision-making and improved two-way communication.

Fall Town Hall Meeting
October 8 @ 6:00 p.m.
This meeting will include a brief update from the council, as well as an opportunity for Service Units to share additional feedback and questions regarding the six National Council Session proposals. This is a virtual meeting held via Zoom. You must register to attend this meeting.
Register here
Meeting agenda

Previous Town Hall:
2020 Spring Town Hall Presentation and Q&A
2020 Spring Town Hall Recorded Webinar

2019 Financials

2019 Annual Report