Girl Scouts of Orange County Honor Dr. Stout

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FULLERTON, Calif. - Oct. 8, 2020 - PRLog -- The Girl Scouts of Orange County has honored Dr. Debra Stout with their annual Spotlight Award.

The Spotlight award is for a volunteer within a Service Unit who previously received the Orange Owl Award and continues to give outstanding service to the Service Unit. Only one Spotlight Award is given out each year. Service Unit 102 covers the Cities of Fullerton and La Habra.

In bestowing the award, Maria Alderete, Troop Support Specialist with the Girl Scouts of OC noted that "as the Service Unit Cookie Booth Coordinator, Debbie encouraged booth participation and girl involvement in the Cookie program. She implemented The Cookie Squad to provide girls with a leadership opportunity by working with businesses to host cookie booths. She has also improved Service Unit communication with Troops by hosting Facebook Live meetings."

"I joined the Girl Scouts" said Dr. Stout, "to spend time with my daughter and to help insure an excellent program for the Troop. I enjoyed my time with the girls so much that I started volunteering at the Service Unit level as well. My goal was to have fun and winning awards was never part of my decision-making process. Having said that, it is very nice to be appreciated by the leadership of the Girl Scouts of OC for all I do on their behalf"

Dr. Debra Stout became a Troop leader in 2013 and served for 2 years. Later she became Cookie Booth Coordinator for Service Unit 102. Today she is one of two Managers for Service Unit 102 and oversees all Human Resources related issues. Debra is on the faculty at California State University Fullerton and Ashford University where she teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in Psychology, Child Development, Research, Leadership and Human Services. She co-founded DoctorS Nonprofit Consulting in 2004 with her husband. Additionally, she is the Executive Director of the Fullerton Collaborative.

The Girl Scouts of Orange County are 33,000 strong-- nearly 20,000 girls and 13,000 adults who believe that every girl can change the world. Girl Scouts began over 100 years ago with one woman, Juliette Gordon "Daisy" Low, who believed in the power of every girl. Today, they continue her vision of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place, by helping them discover their inner strength, passions, and talents. With programs in every zip code in Orange County, there are opportunities for every girl to do something amazing.

For more information about Dr. Stout's work in the community visit:

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