Scott Litle has been named the new Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Great Lakes Bay Region. Litle replaces Holly Miller, who took over as the Executive Director for United Way of Midland County on March 11th. He officially assumes his role with BBBS on April 8th. “After conducting a nationwide search with many great candidates, we are very excited to welcome Scott to the BBBS family,” Board President Karl Huebert stated. “Scott is a strong, dedicated, experienced and sincere leader. I have full faith and confidence that Scott will make an immediate impact by seamlessly continuing to implement our vision; to create positive change within our community with the power of one-to-one mentoring.”
Litle comes to Big Brothers Big Sisters from the Michigan Baseball Foundation, parent company of the Great Lakes Loons. He has been with the MBF for the past 13 years, the last two as Chief Operating Officer. With the Loons, he managed a staff of diverse individuals and built and maintained strong business relationships throughout the community, with a focus on regionalism. Litle also spent 9 years serving on the Big Brother Big Sisters of the Great Lakes Bay Region Board of Directors.
“I am very excited about the opportunity to work with such a wonderful organization,” Litle shared. “Hearing stories from both Bigs and Littles about how much Big Brothers Big Sisters changed their lives for the better truly inspires me. You can see their faces light up and hear the excitement in their voices when they talk about their experiences. The more we can support them with positive relationships the better. I look forward to building on what the organization has done and continuing to grow in order to serve more kids.”
“I also look forward to learning about some of the newer programs that were not around when I was serving on the board such as Lunchbox Learners,” Litle added. “As a father of two young children, I know how important reading is to the success of kids and want to be able to help those that need that extra time and attention. I’m excited to get up to speed as quickly as possible so I can help make a difference.”