Carol is a volunteer instructor for Fairfax County’s Community Emergency Response Team. She also works with the Office of Emergency Management as an outreach educator for their Community Emergency Response Guide.
Carol volunteers with the Northern Virginia Audubon Society and the Fish and Wildlife Service as an ornithologist and wildlife biologist. At the 2017 National Scout Jamboree, she developed and delivered the bird study program for the Nature at the Summit activity area. Carol is a trained Hornaday advisor and is currently working with the distinguished Conservation Service Award Committee to develop guides and training for advisors and Scouts. In 2020, she was awarded the Hornaday Gold Badge. Both of her sons, Andrew and Alan, are Eagle Scouts who earned the Hornaday Badge.
Carol is currently an assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 1853 and is an instructor for Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills, Outdoor Ethics, Leave No Trace, and Tread Lightly courses. She is a graduate of the Wood Badge program. She has been on staff at the Klondike Derby for six years. She will be joining the Powder Horn staff for 2021. She joined the Merit Badges At Home program for the National Capital Area Council in 2020 and counseled the Safety merit badge for over 100 Scouts. Carol is the Old Dominion Chapter’s Order of the Arrow advisor for health and safety. She became a Vigil Honor member of the Order of the Arrow in 2016 on a very cold November night in Maryland.
Watch Carol receive her Silver Beaver award at the virtual Court of Honor on Saturday, May 15th at 7:30pm. Purchase your ticket today at https://scoutingevent.com/082-46492 !