ALBANY, NY (07/27/2015)(readMedia)-- Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York presents the inaugural Camp CEO, which brings high school girls and C-level women together in a camping experience which combines leadership development with classic camp activities.
Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York partnering with 10 CEOS : Maggie Cahill, Executive Director, Capital Repertory Theatre, Devi Momot, CEO, Twinstate Technology, Kathleen Godfrey, CEO, Godfrey Financial, Carol Hyde Founding Partner, Iseman, Cunningham, Riester & Hyde, LLP, , Jennifer O Neal, Vicarious Visions, Executive Director, Annmarie Lanesey President, GreaneTree Technology, Janeen Uzell, Global Director External Affairs & Technology Programs, GE Global Research, Susan Waters, former Executive Director ,Habitat for Humanity, Stefanie Wiley, President Hoosick Valley Construction, and Mary Buszuwski CEO, Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York.
Camp CEO is a three day outdoor camp experience where high school girls and female executives come together in a blend of classic camp activities and professional development workshops. CEOs & girls will come together, trade in their iPad and smartphones for sunscreen and hiking boots in a truly unique adventure which they will never forget.
|WHEN:||Tuesday July 28, 2015 at 10:00AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)|
|WHERE:||Wiawaka Center for Women
Lake George, New York 12845
Girls arrive on Tuesday evening, July 28th and CEOS arrive on Thursday morning, July 30th at 10am. Program concludes Friday, July 31st, at 10am.
Camp CEO offers girls the opportunity to connect in a fun outdoor setting while gaining real advice and resources in how to succeed in the classroom, boardroom and beyond. “We are very excited to present this inaugural year of Camp CEO.” said Mary Buszuwski, CEO of Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York. “We have a fantastic lineup of women and girls participating this year, and we believe strongly in the message of the power of girls & women together. It gives each CEO the opportunity to stay connected to her community, and each girl a meaningful mentor as they will work one on one with a CEO. Our CEOs know a helping hand up that ladder of success is important, and want to provide it the next generation. It will be an experience they won’t ever forget.”
Contact: Kristine St. Peter, VP of Marketing, Product and Retail Sales at 518.792.0947 x210 or Allison Marinucci, Community and Government Relations Associate at 518.489.8110 X112