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Adrian Johnson Named to Girl Scouts Board
Adrian Johnson Named to Girl Scouts Board

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, Inc. has elected Adrian Johnson of Macon, Georgia to a position on its board of directors. Johnson will serve a three-year term.

Johnson is a Relationship Manager at Wells Fargo Bank.  He has 21 years of banking experience with Bank of America and Wells Fargo Bank, respectively.

  Mr. Johnson is a 1990 graduate of the Citadel.  His community involvement dates back to the early 90’s when he served as a mentor for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Jacksonville.  He was a member of the 1993-94 class of Leadership Jacksonville and the 2009 class of Leadership Macon. He served as chair of the Auto Dealers Committee for United Way of Central Empire in 2004-2005, is a past Board Member of the Macon Chamber of Commerce,  and is a former member of Wednesday Downtown Rotary Club. Johnson is currently involved as a Board Member of the Central Georgia Technical Foundation, United Way of Central and Middle Georgia, and Leadership Macon. He is also a member of 100 Black Men of Macon. He resides in Macon with his wife, Hope and their two daughters, Jessica and Kameron.

 “We’re honored to welcome Mr. Coleman to our Board of Directors,” said Ruth A. Knox, president of Wesleyan College and chair of the GSHG Board of Directors. “His passion for children is evident in his life’s work. His leadership will provide sound guidance to our council and will lift up an example for girls throughout the state to follow.”

Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, Inc. serves more than 16,000 girls in 125 counties in Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina. Girl Scouts is the world’s preeminent leadership organization for girls in the world. Through Girl Scouting, girls in Kindergarten through 12th grade discover more about themselves, connect with others and take action concerning things that are important to them. The exciting Girl Scout leadership experience builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.
 
Also newly elected to the board of directors were Frederick T. (Tommy) Coleman of Albany, Georgia and Patricia Laurens of Brunswick, Georgia.  For more information about Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, visit gshg.org.

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