Dan Coberly, Author at The National Eagle Scout Association

NESA Announces Distinguished Service Award Recipients for 2023

January 17, 2024
Meet the five recipients of the 2023 NESA Distinguished Service Award (DSA).

New NESA President Named

By: Dan Coberly | 
November 9, 2023
The National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) recently announced the appointment of Rich Pfaltzgraff as its latest president, pending formal confirmation by the National Executive Committee.

NESA Distinguished Service Award: A Rare Honor in Scouting

By: Dan Coberly | 
September 27, 2023
This award is not only rare, but it’s also the highest national recognition bestowed upon NESA members for exceptional leadership and service.

Enhancing Scouting with NESA Council Committee Best Practices

By: Dan Coberly | 
August 30, 2023
Explore best practices from Council Committees across the country to make the most of your NESA experience.

Steps for Success

By: Dan Coberly | 
May 15, 2023
Achieving success in life involves being a leader who embodies values like integrity, respect, and inclusion. These steps aren't just for Eagle Scouts - they're for anyone looking to grow personally and professionally. Take a look and apply them to your life today!

NESA Distinguished Service Award Presented to Astronaut James A. Lovell

By: Dan Coberly | 
April 17, 2023
James A. Lovell Jr.: A Distinguished Eagle Scout and legendary Astronaut honored with NESA's Distinguished Service Award for his contributions to Scouting and space exploration.

Part of the Solution? 

By: Dan Coberly | 
November 16, 2022
Dan Coberly considers comments from the Eagle community. What are your expectations? Tools and tips to get involved.

Award Selections | Doing Right vs. Being Right

By: Dan Coberly | 
October 19, 2022
Every good Scout and Scout is an idealist. While other people are concerned about being right, we are concerned with doing right.

NESA President Visits Transatlantic Council’s Normandy Camporee

By: Dan Coberly | 
May 18, 2022
NESA President Frank Tsuru joined thousands of American and foreign Scouts, families, and VIPs from around the globe who attended the 10th Normandy Camporee, in Normandy, France. The traditional event is organized by the Transatlantic Council, based in Brussels, Belgium.

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