Greenwich Girl Scouts and LWV Greenwich Present: Women in Government

Greenwich Girl Scouts and the League of Women Voters Greenwich invites their youngest constituents, especially Girl Scouts grades PK through 12 to learn about local, state and national government and what small steps/roles youth can take to make an impact in their community.

The event is Sunday, April 7, 2024  from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at Greenwich Town Hall.

This annual drop-in event is free of charge and open to the public. Attend with a parent or troop leader.

Ten stations in an expo-style format will be led by members of the BET, BOE, RTM and more. Connecticut Secretary of State Stephanie Thomas will drop by and Lauren Rabin and Janet Stone McGuigan will give tours of Town Hall, which was once Greenwich High School.

Confirmed to run a station
Stephanie Thomas CT Secretary of the State
Karen Fassuliotis BET
Lauren Rabin Selectwoman
Janet Stone McGuigan Greenwich Selectperson
Jackie Budkins Town Clerk
Beth Evans Department of Environmental Affairs
Demetria Nelson Commissioner, Greenwich Dept. of Human Services
Barbara Schellenberg Town Attorney
Heather Smeriglio Tax Collector
Wendy Zhou Town COO
Liz Eckert, Pam Ferraro, Amelia Szabo, Alexis Voulgaris RTM
Daphne Stavropoulos U.S. Department of State

Girl Scout-designed patch for the first 75 participants to complete all the stations and official Girl Scout Democracy badge by level for those who pre-register by April 3 at 

Questions? Contact Frances and Lori at [email protected]


Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

Girl Scouts ayuda a las niñas a desarrollar el valor, la confianza en sí mismas y los principios para hacer del mundo un mejor lugar.