Juliette Low Leadership Society Luncheon
Please save the date to join us for this special annual luncheon. Named for the Girl Scouts’ founder, Juliette Gorden Low, the Juliette Low Leadership Society serves as a visible advocacy group that raises funds to support the Girl Scout Leadership Experience in eastern Oklahoma. We provide a conduit for raising awareness about the cultivation of a new generation of women leaders though Girl Scouts.
Thursday, April 22, 2021
A Virtual Interactive Luncheon Experience
Honoring Kimberly Teehee
Director of Government Relations for Cherokee Nation and Senior Vice President of Government Relations for Cherokee Nation Businesses as Honorary Chair. In 2019, Kimberly was named the tribe’s first delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives.
Guest Speaker Patty Walker
Oklahoma State University alumna and retired Chief Geoscientist with ExxonMobil. Patty has had a unique journey as a geologist and experience as a female leader in a complex and male-dominated industry.
After careful consideration and monitoring the progression
of Covid-19 we made the decision to host a virtual interactive
luncheon experience. In these extraordinary times, now more than
ever Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma needs to be both flexible and
strong, remembering that our girls are depending on us to help them
continue their journey. We hope that you will consider joining us in
the Girl Scout movement helping prepare girls to change the world.
For additional information contact Cassie Janssen at 918-745-5201 or CJanssen@gseok.org.