This February, as we celebrate Black History Month, join us in recognizing inspiring Girl Scout alumnae who helped ensure all girls had a place to find their voice and become leaders.
By Lidia Soto-Harmon, Chief Executive Officer, Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital Girl Scouts who marched on January 20th in the Inaugural Parade did so for the chance to witness history, and to learn […]
by Ann Robertson, Chair, Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital Archives & History Committee The official lineup for the 2017 Inaugural Parade has been announced, and the backlash has begun. I was […]
by Girl Scout alumnae Hannah Cho and Lindsay Horikoshi On Tuesday, September 27th, we had the opportunity to participate in the first ever Trilateral Forum on Women’s Empowerment between the […]
In celebration of International Day of the Girl Child, held annually on October 11, local Girl Scouts joined 45 girls from Morocco and Liberia for an afternoon of conversation and […]
Tuesday, October 11 marks the fourth annual International Day of the Girl Child, which highlights the global fight for education and equality for girls worldwide. On the very first International […]
By Lidia Soto-Harmon, CEO Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital As we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, I reflect on the many contributions so many Latinas have made to make this world […]