Meet the Staff at Headquarters!
Frontier Girls is a very much a grassroots community with all members across the country sharing ideas and supporting one another. At the heart of our small business is a small group of family and friends and of course, Frontier Girls! Meet the staff that keeps everything running.
Founder/CEO – Kerry Cordy
In 2007 Kerry combined her passion for scouting with her passion for homeschooling to create the Frontier Girls program. She believed that anything and everything could be fun and educational and set out to create a fun and flexible program that would encourage girls to revel in the world around them and soak up as many experiences as possible. Loud and exuberant, her boundless energy keeps everyone motivated.
– Noelle Harris
Noelle is our resident artist and graphic designer who is helping us redesign and modernize our badges and create fun and informative videos. Noelle is also responsible for assembling all the badges and making sure all product orders are filled quickly and accurately. (If there is ever an error, it is usually because she was gone and Kerry filled the order…) Easy going with an awesome taste in eclectic music, Noelle takes on any challenge we throw at her.
Curriculum Consultant – Katie Cordy
Katie is Kerry’s oldest daughter and former elementary teacher with credential in K-8 education. She modernizes, edits, and reformats both existing and new badge curriculum, so that members of all ages receive the very best these programs have to offer. Katie’s love of children and creative imagination adds purpose and spark to our programs.
Creative Consultant – Kristine Cordy
An animation and visual effects student at L.A. Film School, Kristine, Kerry’s youngest daughter, consults on most creative projects. Designer of our new Quest logo and the brain child behind our new Curiosity Untamed website, Kris bubbles over with ideas for new videos, clipart, photography, and more to help Frontier Girls learn and explore. The wild child of the team, Kristine brings chaos and excitement to our days.