Chief Scout Executive Named One of 50 Top Leaders of Nonprofit Organizations

According to a press release on the National Council Boy Scouts of America website, Business Publication Named BSA Chief Scout Executive Roy Williams As One of 50 Top Leaders of Nonprofit Organizations.

In its eighth annual poll, The Nonprofit Times, a leading business publication covering the field of nonprofit management, has named Roy L. Williams, Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America, as one of the nation’s top 50 outstanding leaders of nonprofit organizations for 2005.

“Williams is the model of standing up for mission when some in the community think that mission should be modified,” the magazine stated in its August 1, 2005 issue. “The Boy Scouts are who they are and millions of Scouts past and present form an advocacy community and backbone of tradition in community service.”

“The 2005 NPT Power & Influence Top 50” includes leaders of a diverse range of organizations, such as the Salvation Army, the Ford Foundation, the United Way of America, YMCA of the USA, Points of Light Foundation, National Urban League, the Internal Revenue Service, and the State of California.

The 50 top nonprofit organization leaders will be honored at a dinner on September 15 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

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