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Women who Inspire

Check out the Honorees of the 27th Annual Breakfast Badge Awards of Girl Scouts of Connecticut.


The organization, long known for inspiring leadership and service for girls and young women, celebrates extraordinary women who serve as incredible role models for girls and women of all ages. These leaders have reached the pinnacle of success in their chosen fields and have generously given of their time and expertise to inspire girls in their community.


There is a unique theme each year that is commemorated with a special, custom-designed Girl Scout badge. This year’s theme is “Women Who Inspire and Lead” and recognizes female leaders who made outstanding achievements in creating equitable solutions and original programs for people within their communities.


UNTAPPED POTENTIAL's Founder is recognized for the unique Trademark Programming of our Flexreturn Services that truly impact gender equality in work and #womenreturners. In addition, the Girl Scouts of Connecticut will be honoring 2 other exciting leaders – Alyssa Goduti and Denise Drummond, who have made a positive impact in improving the lives of women in the workplace, with seniors, and for people with disabilities.


The fundraising event is a terrific networking opportunity for those in their #returntowork journey. Many in our mentoring and network community plan to attend.


Join Us to Network and Support Girls


When: Thursday, December 7th

Time: Registration begins at 8:00am, Breakfast at 8:30am. Program to conclude by 9:45am.

Where: Hartford Marriott Downtown

200 Columbus Boulevard

Hartford, CT

Fee $85, individual or $1,500 for a Table of 10.


Funds raised support the Annual Fund for GSOFCT to sustain its mission to build girls of courage, confidence, and character.


The Fund promotes affordable programming throughout the year for over 18,000 members and provides essential resources for more than 9,000 adult volunteers.


This programming offers opportunities for girls to participate in the organization's Leadership Experience across their four program pillars: STEM, Outdoors, Life Skills and Entrepreneurship.







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