Phoenix Business Journal Recognizes Former Girl Scout Lisa LaVoie, Highlights 100th Anniversary of Girl Scout Cookie Sales

Lisa web smallGirl Scout Cookies are more than just great tasting snacks. For 17,000 girls in the Valley and hundreds of thousands of others across the U.S., the annual cookie fundraising effort helps establish vital business and social skills that will provide a foundation upon which they will build successful careers.

Just ask Lovitt & Touché’s Lisa LaVoie who was recognized by Phoenix Business Journal as one of 55 local women business leaders who were empowered by what they learned during their time in the Girl Scout program. Celebrating its 100th year, the Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the world and one of the most successful financial literacy programs in history.

Leadership skills, community connections and life lessons were some of the things that Lisa remembers most from her time as a Brownie.

The article and slideshow featuring Lisa and other former Girl Scouts turned Valley business leaders is available by visiting Phoenix Business Journal.