Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital CEO, Lidia Soto Harmon received the Fairfax Commission on Women, Women’s History Month award for fighting discrimination against women and girls of color.
By Lidia Soto-Harmon, CEO Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital As we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, let’s reflect on the contributions so many Latinas have made to make this world a […]
Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital’s very own Inclusion Specialist Andraea LaVant visited the White House on July 25th to attend the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Champions of Change event. The […]
Guest Blogger Julia Dahlin, WAGGGS Volunteer After breakfast, I leave the front gate, catch a bus, and head to a school. This is not that surprising, given that I’m contemplating […]
By Andraea LaVant, Inclusion Specialist, Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital What do you get when you put together 25 girls, crafts, food, games, and PASSION?! Why, one of […]
On June 26, Girl Scouts from the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital joined the National Women’s Hall of Fame as they celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Title IX. […]
The Girl Scouts 100th Anniversary Interfaith Service was held at the Washington National Cathedral as a celebration of the rich faith traditions Girl Scout sisters share from various faith communities. […]