Girl Scouts has been helping girls take the lead for more than 100 years -- because when girls succeed, so does society. On March 14 at Wynlakes Country Club, Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama will celebrate the “Leading Ladies” and Leading Workplaces for Women around southern Alabama that have made a significant impact in their communities and promote female leadership in the workplace.
Our Leading Ladies are outstanding role models through civic, academic, or professional efforts. The 2017 Leading Ladies nominees are Twyanna P. Frazier, Senior Research Analyst, Southern Poverty Law Center; Angela James, Senior Manager, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC; Rosalind R. James, Agent, AL Cooperative Extension System; Nancy Karrick, Beta State President, Delta Kappa Gamma Society International; Cami Lawson, Director, GovDeals; Linda Lund, Director, Volunteer Lawyers Program, AL State Bar; Danielle Ward Mason, Principal, Beasley Allen Law Firm; Leslie Sanders, Vice President-Southern Division, Alabama Power Company; Carrie G. Shaw, Assistant District Attorney, Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office; Clare Weil, Owner, UPS Stores; The Honorable Kelli Wise, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of Alabama; and Temisha M. Young, Director, Montgomery Chamber of Commerce.
The Leading Workplace for Women award recognizes an organization that supports girl and women's leadership and success. Nominees for this award are Baptist Health, Beasley Allen Law Firm, Family Sunshine Center, and Junior League of Montgomery.
One Leading Lady and Leading Workplace for Women will be chosen at
the Leading Ladies Awards Brunch. To buy tickets please visit
www.girlscoutssa.org or call (800)-239-6636.