The WICT Network: Southeast Makes a Difference with Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta Partnership

Monisha Longacre, Shelley Hoffmann & Janine Bowling

Janine Bowling, Kenya Brock, Shelley Hoffmann & Monisha Longacre

The WICT Network Southeast had another impactful year partnering with the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta!

Miss Media is an 8-month program designed girls in middle school and high school that provides the opportunity for girls to explore the evolving media environment, have hands-on experience developing communication skills and engage in career exploration. As part of the 2023/2024 Miss Media cohort, these girls had the incredible opportunity to attend inspiring events and listen to amazing speakers, including The WICT Network: Southeast members Angie Massie, SVP Live Storytelling at The Weather Channel and Jennifer Dorian, President and CEO at WABE, who hosted events.

Another remarkable program supported by The WICT Network: Southeast members is Camp CEO, where Janine Bowling, Kenya Brock, Shelley Hoffmann and Monisha Longacre recently served as mentors. The WICT Network: Southeast members got the assignment right when they all showed up to the Decades themed dinner in their grooviest ’70s garb!

Camp CEO is a transformational program that provides high school aged Girl Scouts with the unique opportunity to contemplate life, leadership and their future with the region’s most successful women executives in a fun and supportive camp setting.

The WICT Network Southeast and the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta continue to empower and inspire the next generation of women leaders. The future is bright!

For more information on how you can be part of these exceptional programs, please email Shelley Hoffmann at shelleyhoffmann@gmail.com