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Mario Perez is now CEO for Boy Scouts of National Capitol Area

Mario Perez has moved up to become Scout Executive/CEO of the National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America (NCAC). He had been Deputy Scout Executive/Chief Operating Officer of the NCAC since 2019. Perez replaced Craig Poland, the former CEO and Scout Executive, who retired Dec. 31, 2022.

Before coming to the Boy Scouts’ National Capital Area Council, Perez was the Scout Executive/CEO of the Yucca Council, Boy Scouts of America. Yucca Council serves nearly 5,000 youth and 2,200+ volunteers throughout West Texas and Southern New Mexico.

During his 21-year career with Boy Scouts, Perez has successfully served four BSA Councils and helped to achieve Council objectives in developing and implementingprograms for Scouts of all ranks, according to a news release. “His aptitude to work with youth and adults from diverse backgrounds and socio-economic conditions (rural, urban, multi-cultural, corporate, military etc.) has helped in the accomplishment of successful volunteer recruitment, youth membership growth, innovative fund-raising programs and creative youth program delivery,” the news release said.

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