The last few months have been quite busy for the Chesapeake Bay Girl Scouts Council’s 2014 Woman of Distinction Sue Krick. Part of the CBGSC’s mission is empowering girls to become informed, involved, active participants in their communities as they encourage the development of future leaders. Senior Girl Scout Katie Maher, who will be one of the speakers at the Woman of Distinction Luncheon Thursday, May 8, is a shining example of how Girl Scouts helps empower girls to become leaders.
Maher of Troop 1485 participated in an Engineering Career Dine Around with Delaware’s 2002 Engineer of the Year, Deb Grubbe, PE, CEng andKrick. The power point demonstration followed Grubbe’s enginnering career from college, through her work with NASA through the present as she travels worldwide with her consulting firm, Operations and Safety Solutions.
The CBGSC celebrates a woman who has made a difference in their community, inspired others and provided a positive role model for girls and young women. A signature luncheon for Krick will be held Thursday, May 8, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at Rehoboth Beach Country Club and is open to the public. To reserve a seat at the luncheon, contact Denise Eberspeaker at 410-742-5107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.