What does it really mean to be a leader? Girl Scouts believe leadership is more than merely holding a position of authority. True leadership means being committed to integrity, courage, and giving back to others. Tuesday, October 18, at Indigo Hall in Spartanburg, we honored three local women with the Women of Distinction Award. The women honored were nominated by their peers and chosen because of their exceptional character, professional achievement, and civic engagement.
All three of these women give generously of their time, passion, and resources to enrich the lives of others and make our community a better place. They all lead like G.I.R.L. Scouts.
Dr. Gloria Webb Close has devoted her professional and personal life to the pursuit of helping others. Dr. Close is passionate about sharing her talents by mentoring and counseling others to develop leadership and confidence. She is an incredible role model for the girls of Spartanburg.
Kathy Dunleavy is a true leader. She is a leader who uses her influence and abilities to pave the path forward for the Spartanburg community. Her legacy of leadership serves as a guide future generations to lead with courage, confidence, and character.
Dr. Kay Woodward is the picture of grace and wisdom. Dr. Woodward firmly believes in speaking out against injustice and living with conviction. She uses her success to broadcast her message of commitment, perseverance, and integrity to girls throughout the community...