Girl Scouts—Dakota Horizons (GSDH) and Leadership South Dakota have announced a new statewide partnership in the areas of brand advocacy, volunteerism and community-based projects.
The two organizations will host receptions in various South Dakota cities with community leaders and speakers, along with Leadership South Dakota current and former members, as well as speakers from GSDH, including Girl Scouts.
“Leadership South Dakota is excited about our partnership with Girls Scouts—Dakota Horizons,” said Rick Melmer, Leadership South Dakota Director. “We believe that we want the same thing—to create a strong pool of leaders for our state. We expect that this partnership will help both organizations do just that.”
“We look forward to highlighting our position as the premiere leadership program for girls,” said Marla Meyer, GSDH CEO. “There is a tremendous amount of data and research to back up how Girl Scout experiences help girls develop leadership skills versus non-Girl Scouts, and by working with another like-minded organization like Leadership South Dakota, we’ll communicate and show how real leadership can make a difference in every community.”
About Girl Scouts—Dakota Horizons
Girl Scouts—Dakota Horizons is a non-profit organization that serves more than 13,000 members in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa who believe in the power of every...