Three Reynoldsburg residents were recently elected to serve in various capacities on the Girl Scouts of Ohio's Heartland Council board.

Three Reynoldsburg residents were recently elected to serve in various capacities on the Girl Scouts of Ohio's Heartland Council board.

Tamra Pace will serve on the board development committee. She is director of marketing and communications for Zane State College. She earned a bachelor's degree in English and journalism from Miami University.

Pace is an active volunteer with Ohio's Heartland as a Daisy troop co-leader and also serves a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Paula Olson and Linda Opundo will both serve as members-at-large on the board of directors.

Olson is a senior underwriter with State Farm Insurance Companies. She earned a bachelor's degree in business management from Franklin University. She previously served on the board as second vice chair and volunteered as a troop co-leader.

Opundo is a vice president and treasury management officer for PNC and obtained a bachelor's degree in physics from Berea College. She previously served as a program committee chair and board member of Columbus Literary Council.

Tamra Pace