About the BSA

Chief Strategy Officer for Culture and People

Erin Eisner serves as the Chief Strategy Officer for Culture and People. In this role, Erin oversees critical strategic priorities — people, culture, and diversity — which are inherently intertwined and pivotal to our success as a movement.

Erin most recently served as the Deputy General Counsel for the BSA. Since joining the Legal Department in 2010, she has provided guidance on every major cultural membership decision the BSA has undertaken. She also regularly advised local and national executives across numerous operational priorities, including partnering on HR policies and workplace issue management, overseeing the latest youth protection efforts to create and maintain a safe space in Scouting, and serving as a frequent trainer at Scouting U, national meetings, and at local councils.

Prior to joining the BSA, Erin served as a senior trial attorney at the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security and Treasury and in private practice advising corporations on employment and business strategies. She received her juris doctorate from SMU’s Dedman School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Loyola Marymount University.