Teena Weathersby-Hampton comes to GSNI-M from the Girl Scout Council of Eastern Missouri that served over 62,000 girls each year within the St. Louis metropolitan area and 22 surrounding counties.  She was the former Assistant Director of Membership for the Urban Program and finally the Assistant Director of Girl Development for the Suburban Region. She also previously served as Membership Development Manager for the Urban Program where she worked hard to increase visibility of Girl Scouting to the African American, Bosnian and Hispanic girls and adults within the community.  She collectively worked for GSEM for 13 years.    
 
Teena has a background in social work and radio and television broadcasting and has worked in education.  She worked at one of the number one R & B, Classic Soul Radio Stations where she was the news, traffic and weather reporter during the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show.  She was also the Public Relations and Community Affairs Director for the station and Producer and Host of an award winning public affairs show, “St. Louis Affairs” where she interviewed local dignitaries, organizations and community residents about pressing issues, services and happenings in the St. Louis area.
 
She attended Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville studying Social Work and Concordia University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Management and Communication.  Teena is currently planning to continue her education in Non-Profit Organizational Leadership.
 
Teena is now the Director of Mission Delivery for the Girl Scouts of Indiana-Michiana.  She oversees the overall mission of recruiting, developing and serving girls and supporting adults, by providing them with the training and leadership skills neccesary to help build girls of courage confidence and character to make the world a better place.