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"Congratulations to Kenn Miller, who will serve as Scout executive of the Baltimore Area Council in Baltimore, Maryland, effective January 15, 2020.

Kenn began his Scouting career as a district executive and then field director of the Northeast Illinois Council in Highland Park, Illinois. He was promoted to director of field service of the Lincoln Heritage Council in Louisville, Kentucky, and then selected as Scout executive of the Black Swamp Area Council in Findlay, Ohio. He moved on to serve as the Scout executive of the Greater Cleveland Council in Cleveland, Ohio, before joining the Central Region staff as deputy regional director. Kenn was then selected to serve as the Scout executive of the Heart of America Council in Kansas City, Missouri. Since March 2018, Kenn has served as the director of program & operations at the Summit Bechtel Reserve in Glen Jean, West Virginia.

Kenn is an Eagle Scout from Allentown, Pennsylvania. He is a Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow and enjoys camping, golf, sporting clays, and being involved in community activities.

Kenn and his wife, Laura, have three grown children, two daughters and a son who is an Eagle Scout. Kenn and Laura are expecting their first grandchild in January.

In the comments below, please help us welcome Kenn to his new role in the BSA as he joins in partnership with the volunteers and staff of the Baltimore Area Council to deliver quality Scouting experiences to the young people of the communities they serve."


Anyone else have experiences with Kenn?

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6 minutes ago, carebear3895 said:

Guy looks like he doesn't like staying in one place for too long. Also, weird to see someone leave a sweet full-time gig at a National High Adventure base

Dude it was the Summit...nobody likes the Summit apparently

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I found his Linked In profile. . Looks like he was at Heart of America Council for about 7 years.  That's a very respectable amount of longevity. 

He's been at the Summit for a little under 2 years.  Makes me wonder if he either just didn't like the Summit role or if he simply wanted to return to a council.  I have to imagine that for some, being a SE at a major council is a very exciting role.

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