Area 2 VOA Officers

Area 2 VOA



Savannah Letson – Area 2 VOA President

Savannah joined Venturing at the age of 14 to find the Scouting experience her two brothers had, and went to her first high adventure right away at Bahamas Sea Base. She is from Denver Area Council in Littleton,  Colorado where she founded both girl Troop 444, Crew 444, and Ship 444. Savannah is a Summit, Ranger, and Trust award recipient, Star Scout on her trail to Eagle, as well as a Brotherhood member of Tahosa Lodge where she serves as banquet chair and a ceremonialist. She has served three years on her Council’s  National Youth Leadership Training as a Troop Guide, Instructor, and Coordinating  Senior Patrol Leader, a year of Kodiak Challenge staff, and two years on National  Advanced Youth Leadership Experience as a Crew Guide and Assistant Senior Crew  Leader. She attended the 2017 National Jamboree as a participant and has attended three High Adventures, at the Bahamas and Florida Sea Base, and Philmont this last  August. Savannah is going to be a freshman at Arapahoe Community College where she plans to get her associate’s in teaching then move on to Veterinary school for large animals.


Terrel Miller – Area 2 VOA Advisor

Terrel Miller joined Scouting in 1959 as a Cub Scout and earned his Webelo and Arrow of Light ranks. He moved on to troop 34 in Blackwell, OK where he earned his Eagle rank. He was inducted into Inola Lodge of OA at Will Rogers Scout Camp in Oklahoma where he served as ceremonialist and Lodge Chief, he also achieved his Vigil Honor. He has attended National Order of the Arrow Conference in 1967 and several Jamborees, National and World, since 1964. This includes the latest 2019 World Jamboree. He was a part of NOAC staff from 1990-2017 and served as an OA National Committee Member from 2011-2017. He serves as staff for National Annual Meetings since 1987 as Top Hands and All Hands. Terrell has served in several Committee and Commissioner positions in 2008-2019 and on. He has achieved the Silver Beaver award along with many others, such as the James E. West Fellowship Award. He attended Wood Badge in 2000 and has served on staff for several pilot courses at national high adventure bases. He achieved OA NLS training and NLATS training. To round things out he has a Doctorate Degree and Commission College Doctoral Candidate from University of Scouting.