Posts Tagged ‘Girl Scouts’

10 years ago

01Oct12

Where has the time gone? Almost ten years ago, my essay “Where Are the Architects That Look Like Me?” was published. At that time there were only 143 licensed African American women architects. I didn’t think it was a ground breaking essay and I am sure many other women had said the same words. That […]


Photo by Francine Williams I had the wonderful opportunity to speak at the Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s 2011 Girl Leadership Recognition Ceremony April 9, 2011. This is the GS council that I grew up in and helped shape me into the person I am. It was a great honor, like giving a […]


Photo by Francine Williams I had the wonderful opportunity to speak at the Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s 2011 Girl Leadership Recognition Ceremony April 9, 2011. This is the GS council that I grew up in and helped shape me into the person I am. It was a great honor, like giving a […]


Yumm! February and March is one of the best times of the year. Young girls get to try their sales skills, math skills, organizations skills and probably their parents’ patience during the annual Girls Scout Cookie sale. For a little over six months, I have been co-leading my 4th grade daughter’s Girls Scout troop. It […]