Two thirds of our nation’s most accomplished women in public service, business, science, education, the arts, and community life were Girl Scouts. And virtually every female astronaut who has flown in space got her start here. Mae Jemison, the first African American woman in space, was a Girl Scout. So was Sandra Day O'Connor, the first female to sit on the Supreme Court of the United States. Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust, the first female president of Harvard University, and Katie Couric, the first woman to anchor a network evening newscast, both began their careers in Girl Scouting.
As Girl Scout Alumnae, you know firsthand how transforming Girl Scouts can be in a girl’s life. What better way to celebrate your memories than by reconnecting to Girl Scouts of West Central Florida!
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