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Sylvia Acevedo Named Next Chief Executive Officer Of Girl Scouts Of The USA

22 May 2017

After a thorough nationwide search, during which many highly qualified candidates were considered, our National Board has named interim leader Sylvia Acevedo the next CEO of our 105-year-old organization. A lifelong Girl Scout and longtime business leader, Sylvia has held the title of interim GSUSA CEO since June 2016.

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Mission Moment

14 May 2017

Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors of Girl Scout Troops 81874, 80812, and 80429 joined forces to benefit our soldiers overseas. They organized a packing event at the East Brunswick Civic Center Firehouse to pack 400 shoebox size boxes filled with toiletries and snacks.

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Gold Award Highlight: Adopt Don’t Shop by Stephanie

14 May 2017

The name of my project is "Adopt Don't Shop". The purpose of my Gold Award project was to show people the benefits of adopting a pet instead of purchasing one from a pet store or from a breeder.

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CEO Blog - May

02 May 2017

“Here’s to strong women. May we know them, may we be them, may we raise them.” My friend Claire often uses this quote when she gives remarks at events. She’s done some amazing things in her professional career and I’ve been to several events where she’s been recognized for her accomplishments, and each time, she uses this quote and gives thanks to her mother, her mentor and role model. Claire herself is also an amazing role model to young women – strong, accomplished and determined.

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