Girls Inc. of Wayne County Names New Leadership
For immediate release – October 15, 2018
Wayne County, Indiana – Girls Inc. of Wayne County has named a new Executive Director, Wayne County native Marcy Crull.
Marcy comes to Girls Inc. with over 15 years of management experience, including 6 years as Executive Director at Junior Achievement of Eastern Indiana. Marcy is currently transitioning from her position as Customer Care Director and Conflict Resolution Lead at Girls Scouts of Central Indiana. Her first day as Executive Director at Girls Inc. will begin on November 6th.
As a mother of three girls herself, Marcy is thrilled to help give the girls of Wayne County a safe space where they can find their voices and learn the skills they need to become successful young women. “These girls are the future leaders in our community and beyond,” she said. “How can I not be excited to be a small part of that?”
“The board and I are thrilled to add Marcy to the Girls Inc. team as our Executive Director!” said Board President Christie Ferriell. “Marcy’s drive, vision, poise and collaborative nature in addition to her leadership & youth experience position her lead Girls Inc. into a bright future.”
For more information, contact Marcy Crull at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (765) 962-2362.
Girls Inc. of Wayne County inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through direct service and advocacy. Their comprehensive approach to whole girl development equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. These positive outcomes are achieved through three core elements:
- People: trained staff and volunteers who build lasting, mentoring relationships
- Environment: girls-only, physically and emotionally safe, where there is a sisterhood of support, high expectations, and mutual respect
- Programming: research-based, hands-on and minds-on, age-appropriate, meeting the needs of today’s girls
Services include on-site after-school and summer programming as well as off-site outreach programming in our local school systems. They strive to be a resource in the community for girl-related issues and are always available to assist families, girls and organizations in navigating those issues.