NWGA welcomes Lea Fantom as new Sequoyah District Executive

The Northwest Georgia Council, Boy Scouts of America is proud to welcome Lea Bennett Fantom as the new District Executive for the Sequoyah District. Lea officially began her new duties on Oct. 1 and will be providing leadership and service to Scouting youths, families and adult leaders in Gordon and Bartow counties.

Lea has spent the past five years as a volunteer for both the Boy Scouts of America and Girl Scouts of the United States. In doing so, she has discovered an enthusiasm for building youth and developing volunteer programs that she is now transferring into her new position as District Executive for the Boy Scouts of America. With the Girl Scouts she has served as a troop leader for 5 years and Service Unit Director for Gordon County for 3 years, where she has overseen the progress of 20 troops with over 45 leaders and 300 girls. When her eldest son joined Cub Scouts, Lea became his den leader and eventually the Chartered Organization Representative for the local Cub Scout Pack and Boy Scout Troop. She has been delighted and pleased to participate in the growth of both programs and looks forward to engaging with the Boy Scouts on a professional level.

In addition to working with the Scouting programs, Lea has volunteered with the Bartow County CASA program and is a member of the Salacoa Valley Kiwanis Club. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, Lea has been a resident of Georgia for the past 27 years. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Berry College in Theatre. She and her husband, Michael, have been together for 17 years and they have 3 children. She has many hobbies, including hiking, home improvement, and making music.

For more information on Scouting in the Sequoyah District, contact Lea at her new email, lea.fantom@scouting.org or by cell at 770-546-4939.




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