Girl Scouts CEO explains why she's not worried about Boy Scouts going co-ed
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Girl Scouts CEO Sylvia Acevedo took the job last year after serving as interim chief executive.

Acevedo has responded to a mission of jump-starting the relevancy of Girl Scouts by focusing on STEM — science, technology, engineering, math — programs.

She was one of the first Hispanic students to get a master's in engineering from Stanford, as well as one of very few female executives during the early days of Silicon Valley.

She spent months working at NASA before enrolling in Stanford.

She said...


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