MERRICK, NY (June 22, 2021)— Girl Scouts of Nassau County recently elected its Board of Directors Officers, Board of Directors Members-at-Large, and Board Development Committee for the 2021-2023 term during its 56th Annual Meeting. Board Members include Julie Strachan Haiber, Esq. who was elected to serve as part of the Board Development Committee. The new board consists of lifelong Girl Scouts, community leaders, nonprofit and corporative executives, and many other board veterans. In her role, Ms. Strachan Haiber, Esq. will serve the mission to provide leadership, innovation, and constant support to the Girl Scouts of Nassau County.
“We are thrilled to have many of our past Board of Directors join us for another term and welcome aboard several new members who we believe will make wonderful additions,” said Andrea Elder-Howell, Esq., President of the Girl Scouts of Nassau County Board of Directors. “I am very excited to work with this fantastic group of diverse community leaders to help enhance our organization in its mission to help improve the lives of Nassau County girls.”
Ms. Strachan Haiber is an attorney and Global Account Executive with Thomson Reuters, where she has worked since 2005. In her role, she works with the world’s largest law firms on document automation, knowledge management, and workflow initiatives.
She earned her law degree from New York Law School and her BA from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., with a double major in English and Theatre.
Ms. Strachan Haiber grew up in Merrick and currently resides there with her husband and daughter. She has served as a troop co-leader of her daughter’s Brownie troop since 2016. She also participated in Girl Scouts as a child in Merrick schools.
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