Katelyn lives and grew up in Jericho, VT and is a lifetime Girl Scout. She first joined Girl Scouting as a Brownie in 1992. After several jumps between local troops, Katelyn earned her gold and silver award, as well as the President's Student Service Award and served two terms as Girl Representative to the legacy Vermont Council Board of Directors. She also helped with the creation of the Girls Rock the Capitol Program and worked as a Young Woman Ambassador. While attending Vermont Technical College, she helped troops as an assistant leader, mentor, and delegate. After her first degree, Katelyn attended the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Arizona and Wisconsin for a Bachelor's degree before going to graduate school at the University of Hawaii at Manoa for a Doctorate of Architecture. Since returning to Vermont Katelyn has worked at a local architectural firm in Burlington while reconnecting with the Girl Scouting community. She is excited to be able to give back to an organization that has offered her so many opportunities.