Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s Chief Executive Officer Diana
Mahoney is a passionate leader, STEM enthusiast, and lifelong Girl
Scout. Her dedication to Girl Scouting is evident from her early
childhood experiences earning the First Class Girl Scout Award (Gold
Award), Girl Scouting’s highest achievement, to her 13 years of
service as a troop leader, a Service Unit Registrar, and a Service
Unit Manager in the town of Berlin, CT. Ms. Mahoney previously served
as a member of Girl Scouts of Connecticut’s Board of Directors, where
she most recently held the title of Board Secretary. Of Girl Scouts’
four pillars, one took root in Diana’s heart and was the anchor of her
career – STEM. After serving 30 years as a director at Eversource,
she retired in the summer of 2020. Ms. Mahoney holds a Bachelor of
Science Electrical Engineering degree (BSEE) from the University of
Connecticut and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. As an accomplished engineering
professional, with experience in numerous aspects of engineering,
design, operations, and organizational leadership, she is fully
prepared to lead Girl Scout of Connecticut into the future.
Diana and her husband, Matthew, are residents of Berlin, CT.
They have two adult children, Shannon and Kyle. Diana and Shannon
are both life-time members of Girl Scouts. Diana’s mother, Diane
Sachetti, was also a troop leader, making three generations of Girl
Scouts in the family.