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Dawn Eisenhauer

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Dawn graduated from Polo High School in 1989 when she then went on to earn her Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and Management from Missouri Wester State College.  During her time there she was active in the VITA program for volunteer tax preparation. 

She got married to Mike Eisenhauer in March of 1991.  They had three children, Samantha (born 1996, deceased 1996) and the twins Caleb and Alexandria (born November 1998). Caleb and Alexandria are both very involved in Scouting.  They separated in 2010 and both stay active in Scouts with they children.

Currently employed at Cargill Animal Nutrition where she works are a Customer Service Associate.  Prior to that she was a Statistical Analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City, MO.  She worked in the Statistical Services Department and had the opportunity to travel to different areas to train Bankers on correct reporting to the Federal Reserve so that she and the other analysts could correctly anayze the data, explain trends, and report this information to the Board of Governors.

Dawn's community involvement is primarily split between the scouting programs.  For the Boy Scouts of America she serves as the Council Outdoor Training Chair and Committee Chair for Troop 66.  Past positions held have been Woodbadge Troop Guide, District Training Chair for the Pony Express Council in St. Joseph, MO, the Pack Advancement Chair for Pack 66 in Plattsburg, MO, the Popcorn Kernal for Pack 66 (Plattsburg), Pack 168 (Lathrop), and Troop 168 (Lathrop), Treasurer for Pack 66 (Plattsburg),  and Committee Member for Troop 168 (Lathrop).  For the Girl Scouts of the USA she served as a Co-Leader for Troop 8110 (Plattsburg, MO), Service Team Manager for Clinton County (Plattsburg, Lathrop, and Gower), Service Unit Cookie Manager (Plattsburg, Lathrop, and Gower), Troop Cookie Manager (Troop 8110, Plattsburg), Voting Member of the National Council for the Girl Scouts of the USA.  For both organizations she served as the Recruitment Volunteer and twice a year recruiting events for Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts.  She speaks within the community to organizations that would like to know about Scouting and what they do in the community.  She also volunteers for school events such as Field Days, Eye Testing, Fall Carnival, and the Scholastic Book Fair.

She was tapped into the Tribe of Mic O Say in 2011 where she took her father's name... Kuwitku Silent Wing.



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