They once were scouts.

Author:Sweeney, Anne
Position:35TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
 
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A sample of prominent women in all fields of endeavor who were Girl Scouts.

Jill Abramson, executive editor, New York Times

Carol Browner, former White House energy czar in the Obama administration

Barbara Bush, former First Lady

Hilary Rodham Clinton, U.S. Secretary of State and former First Lady

Katie Couric, former anchor for "The Today Show" and "CBS Evening News"

Elizabeth Dole, former president, American Red Cross

Drew Gilpin Faust, president, Harvard University

Ellen Futter, president, American Museum of Natural History

Alexis Herman, chair and CEO, New Ventures LLC

Carla Hills, former U.S. Trade Representative

Lois Juliber, retired vice chair and COO, Colgate-Palmolive Co.

Karen Katen, retired vice chair, Pfizer Inc.

Ann McLaughlin Korologos, chairman emeritus, Aspen Institute

Ann Landers, advice columnist

Ellen Marram, presiding director, The New York Times Co.

Janet Napolitano, Secretary of the U.S...

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