Hope Williams of Girl Scout Troop 30000 was recently chosen as one of 22 girls from across the country to serve on the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) Girl Advisory Board. This group of girls will work together to continue to expand the Girl Scout mission for all girls. Applicants were evaluated and chosen based on their involvement with Girl Scouting, leadership qualities, communications skills and the ability to represent the depth and breadth of the Girl Scout Movement.
Hope is currently a senior at Rockingham County High School, where she is a honor student, saxophonist in the band and a member of the National Honor Society. Hope is a competitive dancer and also participates in the Leadership and Service Ambassador Program, All-County Band and numerous church activities. She has been an active member of Girl Scouts for the past 12 years and is a Silver Award Girl Scout, girl delegate to the 64th and 65th Commissions on the Status of Women and has earned a number of badges, patches and other awards. Hope plans to continue her involvement in Girl Scouts as she earns her Gold Award and becomes a voice for others as she serves on the Girl Advisory Board.