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 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 […]
As the take-action project for their MEdia Journey, Troop 6560 wrote, planned, shot and produced a Public Service Announcement to remind families of the importance of unplugging. Great work, girls!
Two Gold Award Girl Scout Sisters Bring Hope for Better Health to Swaziland Girl Scout sisters Taylor and Samantha Lane went beyond the Gold Award this summer volunteering in Swaziland. […]
Being a Congressional Aide was an amazing experience. I was in the office of Representative Brenda Lawrence from Michigan, and although she was away at the Democratic National Convention all week, […]