Neutral Posture Named Workplace of Distinction by Girl Scouts of Central Texas
Friday, September 9, 2016
Public Relations Executive
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Girl Scouts of Central Texas Honors Best of Bryan-College Station
Four local women, and business celebrated at annual Women of Distinction dinner.
Bryan, TX September 1st, 2016 – Girl Scouts of Central Texas (GSCTX) honored four outstanding women and one business at this year’s Women of Distinction event at Miramont Country Club last night. These members of our community exemplify individual excellence and high levels of achievement, as well as community service. The evening’s honorees were: Sheree Boegner, Margaret Bryant, Linda Gilbert and Jeannie McGuire.
Neutral Posture was honored as this year’s “Distinguished Workplace for Women” for its continued support of and encouragement of women’s leadership and professional success.
These women are outstanding members of our community exemplified through individual excellence and high levels of achievement. They are successful in business, education, philanthropy, multicultural activities, and of course, empower women to take the lead. The honorees have become role models for GSCTX’s membership, girls and adults alike. They are living examples that hard work and perseverance can lead to great achievements. They’ve raised families, nurtured full‐time careers in various fields and still managed to dedicate hours upon hours of volunteering to various organizations that resonated with their values and bettered the quality of life of those around them.
“I want to congratulate all of our Women of Distinction! It’s an honor to spend an evening with these inspiring women who are role models for all our Girl Scouts across Central Texas,” says Lynelle Mckay, CEO of GSCTX. “Girl Scouts provides girls with leadership experiences that help them find their inner confidence, seek out their dreams, and become our next generation of Women of Distinction! The community of supporters who have united for this event has given us the power to better serve our girls and for that we are truly grateful.”
Honorees (left to right): Rebecca Boenigk, Jaye Congleton, Catie Bushman, Rachel Boenigk, Jeannie McGuire, Linda Gilbert, Margaret Bryant, Sheree Boegner
Girl Scouts of Central Texas is proud to include these women and workplace in the ranks of distinguished individuals and businesses that put forth all their effort to make the world a better place. Local sponsors BB&T, Smith Dairy Queens, and Texas A&M University – Office of the Provost support these inspiring women and recognize how impactful Girl Scouts are.
About the Girl Scouts of Central Texas:
Girl Scouts of Central Texas is 16,500 girls and nearly 12,000 volunteers strong. Serving 46 Central Texas counties and headquartered in Austin, Girl Scouts of Central Texas has service centers in Brownwood, College Station, Killeen, San Angelo, Stephenville, Temple and Waco. Through fun, outcomes-based leadership adventures, girls discover their own potential, connect with others and take action to improve their communities. In Girl Scouting, every day is a different kind of exciting. Girls in grades K-12 enjoy programs focusing on high awards, STEM, camps, outdoor, travel, financial literacy, career & college readiness, digital literacy, health & wellness and special interest. Girl Scouts have a million ways to write their own story as they lead with courage, confidence and character, to make the world a better place. For more information, travel to www.gsctx.org.