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 Girl Advisory Board

The Girl Advisory Board was established to give the CEO of Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways, Inc. guidance on issues facing girls today. The input and advice that is provided to the CEO is shared with the Board of Directors and ultimately sets the direction for Girl Scouting in our jurisdiction. The Girl Advisory Board is a cooperative learning team and is a safe place where girls can share their thoughts about what girls need and want, as well as their ideas on how Girl Scouts can be the program of choice for girls today.

If you are at least 14 years old, you can use your voice to influence the direction of Girl Scouting within the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways Council. Apply to become a member of the Girl Advisory Board today!
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  • Ashley C
    Is working on achieving the Girl Scout Gold Award.
  • Emma-Mae Silverthorn
  • Gwen B
    I have so many great memories of Girl Scouts because I have been a Girl Scout for 10 years. One recent favorite time was traveling to Houston, Texas, this past November with seven new friends to participate in the Girl Scout Leadership Institute.
  • Leslie Tallmadge
  • Maddie Cheever
  • Malerie B
    Favorite Girl Scout Memory: The feeling I got when I received my Bronze Award and soon my Silver Award. The feeling of accomplishment is Super! :)
  • McGinnis M
    I created BroomeQuest, then went on a hike with three generations of my family to enjoy them finding a BroomeQuest. We found two and it was a great day! I participated in Legislative Network & met NY Governor Andrew Cuomo. I liked "Buddy Burner" cooking!
  • Megan D
    Has been a Girl Scout since 1st grade; her favorite experience was going to Washington, D.C. for the 95th anniversary celebration of Girl Scouts.
  • Molly W
    Has been a Girl Scout for nine years and favors Thin Mints and Peanut Butter Patties.
  • Paige Lusk
  • Sarah Christiansen
  • Silka Jacobson-Evans
  • Victoria E
    Recently we went to Six Flags. I paid for everyone in my group to play the water gun game and the game operator wrote me a poem. "Roses are red, violets are blue. You’re awesome. I like your face."