Local Women Honored at Famous Former Girl Scout Luncheon
The Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast recently recognized 12 local women at their annual Famous Former Girl Scout Luncheon. This event was an opportunity for the Council to honor local Girl Scout alumnae who exemplify the values of Girl Scouts and who are making a difference in the community. From the arts to the sciences, there are thousands of women leaders who attribute their leadership successes to their participation in Girl Scouting. These outstanding women inspire girls and send a strong message that girls can be leaders.
Pictured: The honorees, from left: Community Activist Andria McClellan, Community Advocate Mary Ellen Maxwell, Edenton Town Manager Anne-Marie Knighton, President of Ticatch Financial Management Marian Ticatch, President and CEO of the Urban League of Hampton Roads Edith White, Director of Elizabeth City Visitors Bureau Charlotte Underwood, Attorney at Jackson Lewis Melissa Howell, Emeriti Education Director at the Chrysler Museum Ann Vernon, Executive Director United Way of Greater Williamsburg Sharon Gibson-Ellis and GSCCC CEO Tracy Keller.
Not pictured: President of Anspyr, LLC, Sharon Durrette-Hunt, Dr. Carol Simpson, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at ODU and Rosemary Trible, first lady at CNU.
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