Cynthia H. Breunig
Chief Executive Officer and President
Cynthia became President and CEO of the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council in 2011. She was a 10-year Mariner Scout and is a Lifetime Member of Girl Scouts. Cynthia credits Girl Scouts with establishing her leadership and business skills through the cookie program; her passion for the arts, which began with Girl Scout field trips to museums; and her Girl Scout community service work with high-poverty children for opening her heart and mind to the needs of children -- our most vulnerable citizens. Under Cynthia’s leadership, the council increased membership by over 29%; is first in the nation in Girl Scout cookie boxes per girl sold; and has taken the lead nationally in reaching out to girls from low-income families and Hispanic communities. With support of the Board of Directors, GSSGC purchased Camp Skyland Ranch in late 2016. Cynthia has noted, “I could see all of the possibilities of the Skyland Ranch property and am proud that we elected to purchase it and become its stewards for generations to come.” Before joining GSSGC, Cynthia served for 13 years as President and CEO of Inner-City Arts in the heart of Los Angeles’ Skid Row, and enjoyed a 25-year career in museum management, opening what is today the Autry National Center in 1988. Cynthia holds advanced degrees in Museum Studies and Education Administration, and attended Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business Executive Education Program and the international Getty Leadership Institute.
Former President, Moreno Valley College
First Vice Chair
Outreach and Engagement, American Camp Association
Irene N. Rodríguez
Second Vice Chair
Executive Director, Cabot’s Pueblo Museum
President, D.T. Metal Services, Inc./D.T. Sari Co., Inc.
Vice President, Enterprise and Business Community Engagement, Bank of America