Volunteer Spotlight: Lori W., Johnston County

Girl Scout Volunteer, Lori, brings her can-do attitude everywhere she goes - including her volunteer positions that range from Troop Leader to New Volunteer Coordinator to Co-Service Unit Manager. Leading the same troop from Daisies to Cadettes, Lori understands the kind of impact Girl Scouting has on girls and how it can help grow leadership and confidence.

Read more about Lori's wonderful story with Girl Scouts in our Volunteer Spotlight below! 

How did you first get involved with Girl Scouts?

 I first got involved as a leader for my daughter’s troop.

What is the best part of being a Girl Scout Volunteer?

The best part of volunteering is watching those little Daisies turn in to smart, caring, leaders of a Cadette Troop.  Watching them grow into themselves.

Why is volunteering with Girl Scouts important to you? 

I believe in the efforts to provide our youth with a place to learn the importance of being true to God, yourself and others.  To know that you can do anything you want to do, but do it in a way that is rewarding to all you know.

How do you fit in volunteering with your schedule?  

As Jim Rohn once said: “If you really want to do something you’ll find a way.  If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.”  

Thanks for sharing your story, Lori, and thank you for being such a wonderful volunteer. Are you Interested in making a difference? Join Lori and become a Girl Scout Volunteer! Join Today!