Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Anna Maria Chávez, First Latina CEO of Girl Scouts (NBC Latino, Univision News Tumblr)

Thirty years ago, a little girl in rural Arizona wanted to join one of the most American of institutions. "M'hijita, we come from the migrant fields," her granmother told her. "We don't go that way..." read more here and here


Read also: Girl Scouts Changed the World 100 Years Ago - Now It's Our Turn - By Anna Maria Chávez (HuffPost Women)


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