Girl Scout Gala

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2015 GIRL SCOUT GALA
was held on Wednesday, April 29, 2015
at Cipriani 42nd Street

To view a gallery of photos from the event, click HERE.
To view a gallery of films that premiered at the event, click HERE.
For more information about the honorees, click HERE.
For more information about sponsorship benefits, click HERE.
For more information about the event supporters, click HERE
For more information about the Gala Chairs, click HERE

Honoring

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AMY BROOKS
Executive Vice President,
Team Marketing & Business Operations,
National Basketball Association

adele-thumb ADELE GULFO
Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer
Mylan 
davia-thumb DAVIA B. TEMIN
President and CEO
Temin and Company 

Gala Chairs

LYNDA DAVEY
CEO, Avalon Group

JENNIFER M. LEE
Regional Managing Director, Wells Fargo Private Bank

KERRY A. TATLOCK
SVP, Global Marketing Partnerships, National Basketball Association 

Gala Co-Chairs

MICHELLE CLAYMAN
Principal, New Amsterdam Partners

JANICE REALS ELLIG
Co-CEO, Chadick Ellig

ANN KAPLAN
Partner, Circle Wealth Management, LLC

ANN D. MOHAMADI
Managing Director, PwC: Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences

Host Committee

STEPHANIE BRESLOW
TODD GUENTHER 
SAMANTHA KAPPAGODA 
AMY KULE 
ROSE M. LITTLEJOHN 
LESLIE MAYS
TRISH McEVOY
ALYSSA MOEDER
SUSAN NITZE
ROBERT OUIMETTE
PATRICE A. TANAKA 

ABOUT THE 2015 GIRL SCOUT GALA

Our 2015 Girl Scout Gala will honor leaders of premier organizations, visionaries, engaged in strengthening and building our city through their philanthropic and corporate leadership, who embody innovation, and who serve as role models for the leaders we are preparing our girl members to be in the future.

Ever since our first troop gathered in Harlem in 1913, the impact Girl Scouting has had in New York City has been remarkable: from starting a troop for girls with disabilities in 1917; to standing at the polls as women voted for the first time; to having our own President Emerita, Mary Phipps, successfully advocate for the creation of Girl Scout Daisies (for girls as young as five); to partnering with Barnard College to the launch of the Girl Scout Leadership Institute. No organization of its kind has reached more girls and changed more lives for the better than we have.

Girl Scouting reaches 29,034 girls in New York City – two-thirds of whom are from low-income homes. We believe every girl in every borough should have the opportunity to be a leader in her community and society. Proceeds from the Gala will help us meet the rising demand for our programs and prepare today’s girls to become tomorrow’s leaders.

For more information about the Gala, contact
Dina Carelli
212.645.4000 x249