Girls Scouts appoint first Black CEO from Long Island

A historic hiring for The Girl Scouts of America - the organization has named its first black CEO and she grew up in Nassau County.
Former Exxon-Mobil lawyer Judith Batty will now lead the scouts from the top.
Batty previously served two terms on the national board and was a Girl Scout as a child.
It's a milestone moment for the organization that once segregated scouts based on their race.