Girl Scouts CEO Finds a Sisterhood

The year Anna Maria Chavez turned 10, she went from having no sisters to having millions.


“My best friend came to school one day and said, ‘I’m going to be a Girl Scout,’ and I said, ‘Well, I want to be a Girl Scout, too!’ For me, it was an immediate sort of embracing of other girls,” said Chavez, now 43. “Suddenly, I had a sisterhood with girls across the globe.”



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