The Scouting organization comprises nearly 1 million volunteers, whose dedication of time and resources has enabled the BSA to remain the nation’s leading youth-serving organization. Leading these volunteers are the National Executive Board, along with Chief Scout Executive, Assistant Chief Scout Executives, and senior leadership team.
Key 3 Biographies:
Brad Tilden, the 39th national chair of the BSA, is one of the organization’s top two volunteers (along with the national commissioner). The national board is responsible for providing oversight of the BSA’s strategic direction. A Distinguished Eagle Scout, Tilden has been involved with the BSA for more than 50 years. As a youth, he earned his Eagle from Troop … Continue reading National Chair (Volunteer)
W. Scott Sorrels is the 12th national commissioner of the BSA — a position first held by Daniel Carter Beard, one of the founders of Scouting in the United States. Like commissioners at all levels of Scouting, the national commissioner is an experienced Scouter who helps chartered organizations and unit leaders achieve the aims of Scouting. Sorrels, a long-time champion … Continue reading National Commissioner (Volunteer)
Roger C. Mosby is the 14th Scout Executive, President and CEO of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), a non-profit youth organization started in 1910 and chartered by the US Congress in 1915. Mr. Mosby spent the majority of his professional career as an executive in the oil and gas industry. He retired from a leading energy infrastructure company, Kinder … Continue reading Chief Scout Executive, Chief Executive Officer and President