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 Brigid Howe, Program Manager, Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital This was the third National Council Session I have attended as a Nation’s Capital staff member (Atlanta in 2005, Indianapolis in […]
Guest Blogger, Girl Scout Eleanor K. I had so much fun at Advanced Space Academy in Huntsville, Alabama! I want to be an astronaut, so participating in this program helped […]
Girl Scout Congressional Aide: In the office of Congressman John Conyers Jr. Guest Blogger: Girl Scout Meghana Doddapaneni As a part of the Congressional Aide program, I had the amazing […]
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.
From the Desk of Diane Tipton President, Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital Girl Scouts: What We Stand For We are aware of ongoing campaigns to discredit the reputation […]