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List of national presidents of the Boy Scouts of America


List of national presidents of the Boy Scouts of America

National President
Owner Boy Scouts of America
Created February 8, 1910

The national president is the leading volunteer of the Executive Board of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, a position comparable to the chairman of a board of directors.

2014– Robert Gates
2012–2014 Wayne M. Perry
2010–2012 Rex W. Tillerson
2008–2010 John E. Gottschalk
2006–2008 William F. "Rick" Cronk
2004–2006 John C. Cushman III
2002–2004 Roy S. Roberts
2000–2002 Milton H. Ward
1998–2000 Edward Earl Whitacre, Jr.
1996–1998 John W. Creighton, Jr.
1994–1996 Norman Ralph Augustine
1992–1994 John Clendenin
1990–1992 Richard H. Leet
1988–1990 Harold S. Hook
1986–1988 Charles M. Pigott
1984–1986 Sanford Noyes McDonnell
1982–1984 Edward C. Joullian III
1980–1982 Thomas C. MacAvoy
1979–1980 Downing B. Jenks
1979 John D. Murchison (died in office)
1977–1979 Downing B. Jenks
1975–1977 Arch H. Monson. Jr.
1973–1975 Robert W. Reneker
1971–1973 Matthew Norton Clapp
1968–1971 Irving Feist
1964–1968 Thomas John Watson, Jr.
1959–1964 Ellsworth Hunt Augustus
1956–1959 Kenneth Karl Bechtel
1951–1956 John Mortimer Schiff
1946–1951 Amory Houghton
1931–1946 Walter William Head
1931 Mortimer Loeb Schiff (died in office)
1926–1931 Walter William Head
1926 (Mar–May) Milton Alexander McRae
1925–1926 James Jackson Storrow (died in office)
1910–1925 Colin H. Livingstone


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