Bronx by the Numbers:
- Serving over 10,400 Youth.
- Assisted by 500 Adult volunteers.
- Offering events at Yankee Stadium.
Ranachqua Foundation Campership Opportunities
Welcome Greg Clancy as Bronx Council President! Greg is a native of City Island as well as an Eagle Scout from Troop 211 in City Island. He is currently a Senior Vice President of RXR Realty. Greg's great enthusiasm and ideas will continue to move the Bronx forward in this organization.
Thank you to Joe Kelleher, Bronx Council President from 2011-2018. In that time, Joe helped to build great relationship with the New York Yankees, allowed us access to Hutch Metro Center for Board meetings, District meetings, and District Activities, and helped the Bronx raise over $350,000 for Scouting! Joe has decided to take a step back from President, but still maintain his membership as a Bronx Board member. Joe, you have been a great leader to this borough!
What Does the Scout Emblem Represent? - Greg Clancy
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Memorandum- Lorraine Ellis-Jordan– Bronx Council Field Director
Date: June 18, 2018
To: GNYC Staff, Bronx Council Volunteers and Board
From: Joe Schiltz
I am delighted to announce that Lorraine Ellis-Jordan is taking on a new position as Bronx Council Field Director.
In her new assignment, Lorraine will be giving direct leadership to the Bronx Council Board and Bronx Finance Campaign. Lorraine will also give leadership to the Bronx River District Membership Campaign.
Lorraine has successfully served as a Council staff member since 1997, having worked for six years in the Bronx before working with our Scoutreach team. In Lorraine’s tenure, she has started countless new Units, both in her time as a District Executive in the Bronx as well as a District Director in Scoutreach. She has also provided direct leadership as we have reorganized our Scoutreach department over the past two years. Lorraine has also been a Scouting volunteer in the Bronx since 1993 and has been an Assistant Cubmaster, Pack Committee Chair, Troop Committee Chair and has served as Scoutmaster for five years.
I look forward to the many accomplishments Lorraine will achieve as Field Director for the Bronx Council.
Outside of Scouting, Lorraine’s hobbies include Astor Little League- Challenger division, and special needs advocacy. Lorraine is a graduate of Syracuse University and recently obtained a Master’s degree in Non-Profit Leadership from Fordham University. Lorraine is a Bronx resident along with her husband Kenneth and their three sons, Keith and Kyle, both Eagle Scouts and Kieran, a Life Scout. Please join me in congratulating Lorraine and her family on her new position. Lorraine can be reached at (212) 651-2873 and her email address is Lorraineellis.Jordan@scouting.org.