Girl Scouts was founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low. She believed passionately that girls should be given the same opportunities as boys to develop physically, mentally, and spiritually. This bold idea sparked a Girl Scout Movement that has met the challenges of every generation of girls since 1912.
Here at Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, we are proud to be part of the largest girl-serving organization in the world that provides the premier leadership development experience for girls and young women. Now more than ever, we feel it is important to invest in our girls by delivering relevant leadership experiences in our community while fueling a larger Movement that is shifting the paradigm for girls in the 21st century.