Tammie Helmuth is a dedicated leader passionate about empowering girls and protecting the environment. She oversees multiple program centers, a thriving council with over 5,800 girls, almost 6,000 adult volunteers, and a fantastic GSCCC team. Beyond her Girl Scout role, Tammie has a rich history of nonprofit work, emphasizing youth development, female leadership, and community service. She has been recognized for her volunteerism as Women of the Year, Rotarian of the Year, and numerous environmental awards. Tammie’s commitment to making a difference extends to her personal life, where she enjoys family time, outdoor activities, and creating unique art.
“My passion for life fuels my purpose and drives me to make a meaningful impact in my Girl Scout community. It's the unwavering belief that every action, no matter how small, can create positive change. I dream big and set goals. One of my big dreams led us to secure Camp Arnaz as a Monarch Breeding & Research Center. This passion drives my commitment to creating a better world for future generations, and I love sharing that within Girl Scouts.”