Maryellie Ramler - Girl Scouts River Valleys alumna and a sophomore bio-engineering major at UCLA, has been designing a life-changing solution for individuals with diabetes – and the device could have huge benefits for thousands of people.
Nominate the dedicated Girl Scout Alumnae in your life for our new Forever Green Award! This award recognizes outstanding commitment, exceptional service, and extraordinary dedication to the Girl Scout movement over time.
Indianapolis 500 driver Katherine Legge attributes much of her success to the confidence and character she developed while growing up in the United Kingdom as a Girl Guide, part of a sister organization to Girl Scouts.
Dr. Sally Ride, a Girl Scout alumna, is being posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Nation's highest civilian honor, for her contributions to the U.S. space program and education system.
2013 Woman of Distinction, Cindy Kent, is Vice President and General Manager, Gastro/Urology Therapies at Medtronic. Having benefited from mentoring herself, Kent became a Girl Scout in her early twenties in order to guide girls who were interested in technical career fields.
2013 Woman of Distinction Kari Niedfeldt-Thomas is the Manager for Social Responsibility at the Mosaic Company and Manager of the Mosaic Company Foundation. She joined Girl Scouts as a Brownie and earned her Girl Scout Gold Award with a project focused on global hunger.