As recent campaigns across social media have shown, the game industry has slowly begun to own up to its troublesome legacy of sexism — expanding roles for women in the business while updating representations of them in the games.The Girl Scouts of America has introduced a unique approach to addressi Full story
My must read is about the single mom who was fired for selling girl scout cookies at work! She was charged with “operating a personal cash business … which violates company policy.” Full story
Anna Maria Chavez, the first Latina CEO of Girl Scouts of USA, talks to TODAY’s Natalie Morales about her path from being the daughter of a Mexican migrant worker to heading up the 100-year-old organization, saying, “I’m living the American dream.”
A Girl Scout troop from Luttrell, Tennessee, has discovered the local hotspot, where just about every town resident comes on weekends; the local dump. WBIR's Heidi Wigdahl reports.
Girl Scout Cookie sales slowly but surely closing in on the $1 billion mark. Michael Wiseman of Winchester, Va., left, the father of a Girl Scout and Ben Barbour of Martinsburg, W.Va., a volunteer, get a brief pause in their vehicle-loading action Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013 in Winchester, Va.