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Secrets to Success

Connecting girls to professional women

Western Slope Event Details
Pike's Peak Event Details
Northern Colorado Event Details

What is the Secret to Success? Girls will have the unique opportunity to ask that question and many more of top local women leaders at Secrets to Success. Girl Scouts of Colorado believes that every girl has the power to become what she dreams to be. We are helping today’s girls overcome the challenges they face, giving them the tools they need to become successful leaders. Girl Scouts and any girl in grades 6 through 12 is invited to Secrets to Success.

Girls in grades 6-12 will connect with professional women in a variety of fields of work, giving them a unique opportunity to learn directly from incredible women in our community. Girls will personally engage with more than 20 women leaders in the fields of technology, construction, healthcare, finance, nonprofit administration, entrepreneurship and more, learning from role models that will help them become our future business and community leaders. This event joins today’s leaders with the next generation, to share their expertise and provide inspiration for success.

Western Slope Region

The 2021 Secrets to Success program in Grand Junction has been cancelled. We look forward to highlighting these amazing women in the community through our Meet an Expert series.

Please contact Cindi Graves at cindi.graves@gscolorado.org or 970-628-8003 with any questions. 

Pike's Peak Region

2020 event cancelled

   For sponsorship and event information contact: Debbie Swanson at debbie.swanson@gscolorado.org or 719-304-8322.

Thank you to the 2019 event sponsors.

Breakout Sponsors:

Conversation Station Sponsors:

  • ENT

Northern Colorado Region

2020 event cancelled

   For sponsorship and event information contact: Carol Griffin at carol.griffin@gscolorado.org or 303-607-4879.

Thank you to our 2020 event sponsors:

Weld Community Foundation Littler Youth Fund
The Women's Fund of Weld County, Inc., a component fund of the Weld Community Foundation