Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama (GSSA) will host its Fifth Annual Leading Ladies event in September to celebrate women and organizations in southern Alabama that have distinguished themselves as …
Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama (GSSA) will host its Fifth Annual Leading Ladies event in September to celebrate women and organizations in southern Alabama that have distinguished themselves as outstanding members of the community through individual excellence and high levels of achievement.
Nominations for Leading Ladies awards and the Leading Workplace for Women Award are open until Sept. 2.
Women selected for the Leading Ladies Award will exemplify quality leadership skills and outstanding community support, especially when they are directing those efforts to support the advancement of girls and women.
Previous nominees include Justine Herlihy, Anitra Henderson, Commissioner Merceria Ludgood, Rep. Adline Clark, Susan Brigitha and Trista Stout-Walker.
The Leading Workplace for Women selected will be an organization that supports and encourages opportunities for women to develop leadership skills to further their careers. Equal opportunity in the workplace helps women reach their potential and benefit the community. Previous nominees include Wilkins Miller and Evonik Corporation.
Leading Ladies gives GSSA an opportunity to demonstrate why investing in girls is so important and can change the world. Building future women leaders is at the core of their mission.
The nominees will be honored with a reception at Moe's Original Bar B Que in downtown Mobile. For more information on how to nominate an employee or workplace, please contact Alicia Schneider at firstname.lastname@example.org.