Every year at the annual Conclave, the attending youth participants elect three Section Officers to lead the Section for the year. Together, these three officers lead the planning of the upcoming Conclave, and coordinate any other Section-level events.
Ean is a Brotherhood Honor member in Sasquesahanough Lodge #11. Previously he served concurrently as the Section NE6B Section Vice Chief, and Lodge 11 Chief. Ean was also the NE6B Section Secretary and held two terms as a Lodge Vice Chief During his time in Scouting, he attended ArrowCorp Puerto Rico, and Philbreak. Outside of Scouting, Ean wrestled, competes in the Air Force CyberPatriot Competition, and is a member of Drum Corps. Ean can play numerous instruments and is a part of his high school marching band. Following high school, he will pursue a 4-year undergraduate degree in Cyber Security.
Griffin is an Eagle Scout from Troop 183 of Hawk Mountain Council. In the Order of the Arrow, he is a member of Kittatinny Lodge #5 and has been Vigil since fall of 2018. Griffin was previously the Lodge Chief of Kittatinny Lodge 5, and was once a Lodge Vice Chief. Griffin was born in the largest inland country town in Australia called Toowoomba. Outside of Scouting, he is a varsity tennis player and reporter at his school, Fleetwood Area High School. After high school, Griffin plans on attending a 4-year undergraduate college with the goal of becoming a sports broadcaster.
Section Vice Chief
Lyndsey is a member of Crew 42 of New Birth of Freedom Council, Crew 82 and Troop 82 of Pennsylvania Dutch Council where she serves as Junior Assistant Scoutmaster. In Venturing, she is a Summit and Ranger award recipient, an Ordeal member in the Order of the Arrow, and a Life Scout awaiting her Eagle Scout Board of Review. Lyndsey has had the honor of attending the 2019 Interamerican Leadership Training in Panama City, Panama and received the National Venturing Leadership Award this past spring.
Bevan is a Vigil Honor member from Octoraro Lodge #22. He has served in a variety of positions, most recently Octoraro's Lodge Chief and Section NE-6B Communications Lead. He also currently serves on the Region Communications Team as Facebook Lead. During his time in Scouting, Bevan has attended Philmont and the National Leadership Seminar. In the summer, he is on Camp Staff at the Horseshoe Scout Reservation. Outside of Scouts, Bevan competes in Track and Field and Mock Trial. He enjoys watching all Boston sports teams and running.
Section Chief Emeritus
Scott is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor from Monaken Lodge 103, but is currently serving on the Council Executive Board in Chester County Council and is an active member of Octoraro Lodge 22. Through his scouting career, Scott has served as a lodge committee chairman, chapter chief, ceremonialist, associate staff adviser, section staff adviser, lodge adviser, and has been to 12 NOACs, 9 Jamborees, and has participated in various trainings including NLS, NLATS, NCLS, and NEI. Outside of scouting, Scott owns and operates an environmental consulting firm and enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, stamp collecting, patch collecting, reading, and collecting old board games. If Scott were a popsicle, his flavor would be blue raspberry because it is slightly different and is the perfect mix of sweet and sour.
The Section Staff Adviser is an experienced BSA professional, who is appointed by the Area Director. He or she is primarily responsible for managing the background tasks necessary to keep the Section running, such as coordinating finances, establishing the Conclave dates, and managing Conclave site legal contracts.
Section Staff Adviser