FILE - In this March 28, 2012 file photo, Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Anna Maria Chavez, foreground, stands with members of Girl Scout Troop 1774. Compounding the problems at the organization are ... more 
FILE - In this March 28, 2012 file photo, Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Anna Maria Chavez, foreground, stands with members of Girl Scout Troop 1774. Compounding the problems at the organization are tensions at GSUSA headquarters in New York, where several senior executives have quit or been ousted since Chavez took over as CEO in 2011. In June 2013, some of the roughly 325 employees there were invited to take early retirement, and Chavez said an unspecified number of layoffs were expected in August 2013 to offset the revenue losses. Chavez insists the GSUSA is on the right track, although she acknowledged in an interview that sweeping changes in structure and programs over the past 10 years have been difficult for many in the Scouts' extended family. From left are Megan Zimmerman, 17, Molly Gulden, 15, Jessica Krehbiel, 16, Shelby Johnstone, 15, and Lauren McCabe, 16, all of Shadow Mountain High School in Phoenix. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Michael Schennum) less 
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