Five Women Receive GSNC’s Trailblazer Trefoil in Recognition of Their Positive Impact on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Garden City, NY (March 9, 2020) – Girl Scouts of Nassau County (GSNC) recently celebrated Black History Month by awarding the GSNC Trailblazer Trefoil to five distinguished women. The Trailblazer Trefoil is awarded to an individual, organization or business who have identified and implemented innovative changes that positively impacted Girl Scouts and/or the community in diversity, equity and inclusion.
Among the recipients were Carol Ransom of Hempstead; Cynthia Gamble of Uniondale; Andrea Elder-Howell of Freeport; Betty Monroe of Freeport; and Karol Greaves of Elmont. As part of GSNC’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (EQI) efforts, GSNC will be awarding 30 Trailblazer Trefoil Awards in 2020. The next awards will be presented during Women’s History Month in March 2020.
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L-R: Carol Ransom, Cynthia Gamble, Rande Bynum, Andrea Elder-Howell, Betty Monroe and Karol Greaves pose together at the Girl Scouts of Nassau County’s headquarters in Garden City, N.Y. During the event, Rande Bynum, CEO of Girl Scouts of Nassau County, awarded the five women with the Trailblazer Trefoil for their positive impact on the Girl Scouts and/or the community in diversity, equity and inclusion.
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