Thursday, October 26
West Texas A&M University
Alumni Banquet Hall
Sponsorship and ticket information is now
Need more information? Contact Tasha Reid.
|Woman of Distinction||
Professor Emeritus, West Texas A&M University
|Outstanding Community Partner||Atmos Energy|
Cadence Philips, Troop 5705 |
Cloie Rodgers*, Troop 5600
|Man Enough to Be a Girl Scout||R.J. Soleyjacks
Principal, Hamlet Elementary School
|Woman of Distinction||Tamara V. Albury|
|Outstanding Community Partner||City of Fort Worth Park & Recreation Department|
|Lifetime Achievement||Barbara Cutter|
|Rising Star||Hannah Bautista-White|
|Man Enough to Be a Girl Scout||Commissioner Roy Charles Brooks|
Girl Scouts know there’s no ‘right age’ to begin making a difference. Each year, one Rising Star Award is presented to a young Woman of Distinction between 14-19 years of age, who has volunteered, supported, or been a member of the Girl Scouts for a minimum of two years. This individual has demonstrated leadership, initiative, and dedication, and has made significant contributions in her community.
This award recognizes organizations, corporations, or foundations of all sizes for their philanthropic and/or exceptional involvement with Girl Scouts. This partner makes an impressionable difference to enhance education, transform communities, and is dedicated to empowering young leaders.
The recipient of this award demonstrates exceptional leadership, serves our communities, and advances the quality-of-life for girls and women.
The recipient of this award is a lifelong Girl Scout who has dedicated her life to serving in the interest and support of female leadership.
The recipient of this award demonstrates exceptional leadership, serves our communities, and advances the quality-of-life for girls and women. This purpose-driven woman is a champion for female ambition and connects with others to create impactful solutions. She is an inspirational role model who shows young girls how to create positive change in our world.