Ethel G. Harvey was elected the first black president of a Girl Scout Council. In 1972 she served as the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital president through 1978.
Last spring, I walked through the front doors of my former elementary school, armed with plastic bags labeled nouns, verbs, metaphors waiting to happen, each filled with dozens of slips […]
Watch video of our Cookie Media Spokespersons! The Girl Scout Cookie Program is a long-standing tradition for Girl Scouts and an icon of American culture, and is the largest financial […]
2012 was a great year to be a Girl Scout! We celebrated a century of leadership, friendship and fun. Our Council hosted several exciting events and programs for Girl Scouts […]
Lidia Soto-Harmon, CEO of Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital, received the regional Mujer Award at the National Hispana Leadership Institute Executive Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., on Monday, December 10, 2013. […]
Washington Business Journal named GSCNC’s CEO Lidia Soto-Harmon one of twenty five inspiring women leaders for their annual Women Who Mean Business publication. This honor spotlights women who are “leading […]
Guest Blog by Mary Gay Sprague I’ve written lots of briefs, never a blog. But there’s always a first time for everything. That’s the reason I contribute to SHARE every […]