Camp CEO

Camp CEO is a fun, four-day overnight camp (June 23-26) that brings together 25 teen girls (grades 6-8) and accomplished women executives. It is a highly rewarding, unique and often surprising opportunity to learn what it’s really like to be an executive in today’s world. Camp CEO is designed in partnership with the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana to empower girls to become confident, capable, and to use their talents in order to lead and serve others at home, at school, and in the community. Girls and executive women will participate in activities like: learning how to start a conversation, participating in small group networking, and listening and learning from each other. Discover ways to develop leadership ability, problem solving and critical thinking skills and self-esteem. Enjoy traditional camp activities on the beautiful campus of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College as you connect with prominent businesswomen who will share their life lessons and leadership journey. At Camp CEO, you will aspire higher by discovering how these real women started out just like you: a teen girl with dreams, goals, and every day challenges.

Camp CEO welcomes the following executives who will participate in the camp. 

Bernice Helman; Vice President, Coldwell Banker Troy Helman Realtors

Lynn Hughes ’08G ; Executive Director, Terre Haute Children’s Museum

Dottie King, Ph.D.; President, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College

Tammy Marion; President, Marion Manufacturing

Teri Moren; Head Basketball Coach, Lady Sycamores, Indiana State University

Sister Denise Wilkinson; General Superior, Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods

Deborah Hearn-Smith; CEO, Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

Kristie Sturgeon-West; Supply Chain Strategy Leader, GE Aviation

Ann Wendecker DO; Radiologist, Clara Fairbanks Center for Women

Angela White ’96 ; Senior Consultant and CEO, Johnson Grossnickle and Associates

Jeanette Winchester; Owner, Simple to Elegant

Camp Information:

This year's camp information:
June 23-26, 2014
Arrival: 1 p.m., Monday,June 23, 2014
Departure: 4 p.m., Thursday, June 26, 2014
Open to girls entering grades 6 - 8 as of September, 2014
Cost: $300