About Our Service Team

Meet the 2019-2020 Holliston Girl Scouts Service Team! We look forward to working with you in the coming year.


Paula has been the Holliston Service Unit Coordinator since 2016. She has a daughter that has been in Girl Scouts since Kindergarten and has enjoyed volunteering her time to support the families in Holliston. Paula volunteers at Girl Scout Events, coordinates many town wide events, hosts Troop Leader Meetings. Paula also designed a new Troop only web site that will allow for more information sharing and communication between the Service Unit and leaders. Paula was acknowledged in 2020 earning a GSEMA Volunteer Appreciation Recognition from GSEMA.



I’m Alicia Quealy, and I have lived in Holliston since 2013 with my husband Jim, my daughter Kaitlyn (9) and my son Ryan (5). I graduated from Boston College, majoring in Marketing and Finance. I worked for 13 years in various direct marketing and advertising agencies in Greater Boston. Since 2010, I have been a full-time stay-at-home mom. Now that my son is in preschool I am looking forward to being more involved in Holliston Scouting. This is my third year as a troop leader.


Sharon has been a Girl Scout leader for 19 years and is a lifetime member. Sharon is not only the town facilitator, but she also coordinates a yearly town wide event, shares her Girl Scout knowledge with troop leaders and lends a hand at town wide events.

TREASURER – Sheri Clyde


My name is Sheri Clyde. I’ve lived in Holliston for 15 years and have two children ages 15 & 16. I have many years of experience in the field of education and am currently a Special Education aide in Southboro. After being involved with Girl Scouts as a cookie mom, I have been the Service Unit Treasurer for the past year and have enjoyed the role. I also serve our community as part of the SEPAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Council) board and Autism Parent support group in Holliston.


This spot is open at this time. Please reach out to Paula if you are interested in filling.

As a service unit cookie manager, you are the trainer, the resource, the helper, and the cheerleader for troops during the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Here is a sample of a guidebook.

WEBSITE MANAGER – Lucinda Coughlin

Lucinda has been a troop leader of multiple troops for several years. She is inspired by Girl Scouts and tries to pass down values and knowledge to her troops while delivering the message in a fun and memorable way. She has enjoyed watching the girls grow and gain confidence in their abilities and ideas. She hopes to make the town web site more user friendly to troop families and keep it updated with new information as it becomes available. If you have suggestions, please email Lucinda directly.



I’m Karie Morrison-Logan, and Holliston is home for our family. My husband and I moved here in 2000. We have three children, all of whom are Scouts. Mentoring girls into strong, confident young women is the most rewarding part of being a Girl Scout Leader. Helping girls grow and discover their potential as they learn new skills is why I joined the Service Team in 2008. I have a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Roger Williams University and have worked in Newport, Boston and Sydney as an interior architectural designer. Of all the jobs I have had, nothing is better than being a mom. When I can steal time for myself, you will find me on a trail with our dog Daisy. I cannot wait to share my passion for Girl Scouts with you.