National Catholic Committee for Girl Scouts and Camp Fire
Mission: The National Catholic Committee on Girl Scouts and Camp Fire (NCCGSCF) serves Catholic youth and adults through quality faith-based programs.
Mandate: The NCCGSCF oversees, develops, implements, and evaluates religious recognition programs and training opportunities for diocesan and parish leadership and for Catholic leaders in Girl Scouting and Camp Fire. The NCCGSCF develops national policies and guidelines to assist regions and dioceses in the implementation of religious emblem programs and other programs developed by the NCCGSCF.
The National Catholic Committee for Girl Scouts and Camp Fire (NCCGSCF) is a constitutive member of the NFCYM. The members of the committee represent the 14 regions of the NFCYM, Girl Scouts, and Camp Fire.
The regional and organizational representatives and the states that they represent are listed below.
Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska
Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas
American Samoa, California, Guam,
Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington
Ms. Tolly Patten
Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming
Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Virginia (Diocese of Richmond) Diane Flanagan - Diocese of Charleston
Camp Fire USA Representative
Girl Scouts USA Representative
Connecticut, Main, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
Rhode Island, Vermont
Questions: Jennifer McClintock - Archdiocese of Hartford
Grace Fay - Diocese of Albany
New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Mrs. Pat Antonacci - Diocese of Philadelphia
Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Virgina Islands, Virginia (Diocese of Arlington), West Virginia
Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee
Ms. Paula Berghauser - Diocese of Cleveland
Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin
Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota
Theresa Cermak - Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis