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Girl Scout Luncheons

Every year, our Luncheons brings together over 600 leaders and entrepreneurs who want to build the next generation of girl innovators.  During this year’s luncheons, we will celebrate Girl Scouts of Western Washington’s commitment to inclusion and the power of STEM education to lift up every girl.  Learn why Girl Scouts are twice as likely as their peers to pursue STEM careers and how we can reach the “under-STEM-ed” girls across the 17 counties we serve.  More than ever, it’s time to invest in girls and we look forward to hearing from you!

Seattle Luncheon

Thursday, April 18, 2019

The Westin  Grand Ballroom1900 5th AveSeattle, WA 98101
Registration – 11:30 a.m. Luncheon – 12:00 p.m.

Register For the Seattle Luncheon or Sign Up as Table Captain


Keynote Speaker


Adrienne Lofton
Incoming Vice President of Marketing
Nike Inc.

Formerly SVP of Global Brand Management, Philanthropy and Marketing Operations at Under Armour, she developed game-changing global campaigns with the intention of upending the sports industry conversation including “Unlike Any,” a movement celebrating the unprecedented achievements and challenges of female athletes. Amongst several notable accolades, Adrienne Lofton was named part of AdWeek’s 2015 Brand Genius class.

As a Girl Scout alumna herself, Lofton’s passion as a business leader to focus on inspiring and empowering the world to unlock its greatest potential fits perfectly with the Girl Scout mission of making the world a better place!

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    Luncheon Emcee

    Shannon O’Donnell

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    Girl Speaker

    Phoebe Wall
    Ambassador Girl Scout earning her Gold Award

South Region Luncheon

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Hotel Murano, 1320 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402
Registration – 11:30 a.m. Luncheon – 12:00 p.m.

Register for the Tacoma Luncheon or Sign Up as Table Captain


Keynote Speaker


Jaleesa Trapp
Educator, Activist, and Creative
Learning Advocate
Graduate Studies, MIT Media Lab

Jaleesa's work focuses on creative learning and learning technologies to eradicate race, class, and social barriers in education through a lens of intersectionality. Through her efforts, she hopes to give marginalized youth access to STEM technologies and resource educators to provide an equitable learning environment.

She is currently a community organizer with a group called Tacoma Action Collective, where she helps bring awareness to issues that impact marginalized people.

Luncheon Emcee

Paris Jackson
News Anchor




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