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GSUSA CEO visits Milwaukee for keynote address at LeaderSHIFT

Featuring Anna Maria Chávez, CEO, Girl Scouts of the USA


While the business community has made gender diversity a priority, the time, money and good intentions haven't built a "pipeline of upwardly mobile women."

Why aren't we seeing greater progress in gender balance?

Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Anna Maria Chávez addressed this topic in her keynote address at the LeaderSHIFT 2013 breakfast Oct. 25 at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee.

Over 250 attendees listened as Chávez outlined the many ways Girl Scouting empowers girls to become leaders.

LeaderSHIFT 2013 has already passed, but check out highlights from the event below and on the GSWISE blog!




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ToGetHerThere is a campaign by Girl Scouts to create gender-balanced leadership in one generation.


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