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Fred J. Meijering

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Local Address:  Addison , Texas , United States
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Profile: Fred Meijering
Fred Meijering used to fly helicopters for the National Guard.He didn't want to do that for the rest of his life, however, and one day a job ad caught his interest with somewhat vague details.
When Meijering mentioned in the interview that he was a Boy Scout himself, from ages eight to 14, he was well on his way to career path that he never saw coming.
That was 18 years ago.Meijering (pronounced MY-ring) is now Scout Executive for the Quivira Council, with 30 Kansas counties under its umbrella and Wichita as its headquarters.He is in full career stride at age 43, and it would not surprise his colleagues if he were someday president of the entire Boy Scouts of America organization.
Meijering started his career at the Mid-America Council in Omaha, where he was an executive for the same Council Bluffs, Iowa region he grew up in.The people who watched him as a 6-foot-6 high school basketball star were the same ones he went to for donations and volunteering.
"I had a distinct advantage," Meijering says."I knew the scouting program and I knew the small towns and the communities very well.It was a very smooth transition.The Boy Scout camps we were trying to fill were the ones I went to as a kid."
After his first three months, the National Guard pulled him away for six months of active duty in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.But Meijering returned more enthusiastic than ever.He was promoted through the ranks and by 1997 was supervising a Mid-America staff of 21, managing all the fiscal, fund-raising, office, property, retail, legal, insurance, information technology and compliance for the Council.
In 2000, Meijering was given more responsibility as Scout Executive/CEO of the Pony Express Council 90 minutes down the road in St. Joseph, Mo.That's where he stayed until 2003, when the Quivira Council in Wichita snatched him away.
Meijering's serious, yet easy-going demeanor makes a lasting first impression.But it was his fundraising experience, business sense and uncanny knack for hiring the right people that made him a hot commodity.
"When I met Fred, it was not surprising to me that he has a military background," said Jeff DeGraffenreid, partner at Foulston Siefkin LLP and vice president for membership in the Quivira Council.
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Fred Meijering, Quivira Council's Scout executive and chief executive, said local Boy Scouts have tried to interact with those and other groups to increase children's chances for success.
As an example of such interaction, Meijering pointed to a free weeklong day camp for at-risk youths.
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Meijering to take position with Boy Scouts national council
Fred Meijering is leaving his post as scout executive for Quivira Council, Boy Scouts of America to take a new position with the organization's national council in Dallas.
He begins his new job in August.
Meijering had been the CEO of the 30-county operation in central and southcentral Kansas since October of 2004.During his tenure he retired a $500,000 debt, recruited a high-powered board of business executives from across the region, put in place a management team that he guided with his own brand of strategy called "accountable autonomy," and has won every award the National Council of Boy Scouts of America can bestow on a council.
Under his leadership the council has grown to be one of the top three Councils in America.
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NESS CITY - Fred Meijering, the chief Scout overseeing 13,000 Boy Scouts in Wichita and 30 surrounding south-central Kansas counties, is leaving to take a job at the Boy Scouts national council in Dallas.
He's led the Quivira Council for 4 ½ years, winning many awards from the national organization for his achievements.
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