Mar 25, 2021
Brian Newberry, CEO, Girl Scouts of Eastern Wa.
Girl Scouts remain resilient and focused during the pandemic

Brian will share great stories on how resilient Girl Scouts have been during this pandemic. 
We continue to develop and delivery successful programs reaching girls across the region building Girls into tomorrow
leaders.  When Girls succeeds!  Society succeeds!

Brian Newberry is the CEO of Girl Scouts, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.  Our council serves an area comprised of 19 counties in central and eastern Washington, and 10 counties in northern Idaho for a total of 29 counties covering 67,000 square miles.  We energetically serve approximately 3,500 girls in kindergarten through 12th grade with the help of 2,000 dedicated adult volunteers and an expert staff of 35. We are the preeminent leadership development organization for girls in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.   Prior to his CEO appointment, Brian led as Executive Director another outstanding leadership organization in the region, Leadership Spokane, founded in 1982.  With over 1,300 adult graduates and 650 youth alumni, his program inspires a diverse community of youth and adult leaders to seek leadership roles to build a stronger community.  Brian was a Spokane Public School Board member from 2017-2019 helping serve the second largest school district in the state with over 29,000 students.  From 2012 to 2014, Colonel Brian M. Newberry was the Commander, 92d Air Refueling Wing, Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington.  The Wing provides global reach airpower and deploys expeditionary forces in support of worldwide combat, contingency, and humanitarian requirements. It operated 35 KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft performing air refueling, airlift and aeromedical evacuation missions.   He also has commanded an Expeditionary Operations Group and an airlift squadron.  He is a 1991 USAF Academy distinguished graduate.   Colonel Newberry was a command pilot with more than 4,300 flying hours, 397 combat hours, and flying five military aircraft.