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Since 1912, millions of women have had their lives positively influenced, sometimes even transformed, by their Girl Scout experience. Through the Girl Scouts of Central Illinois Alumnae Association, you will have an opportunity to reconnect with the organization that helped shape you into the woman you are today.

Whether you want to find lost friends, make new connections in your community, share your Girl Scout memories, or make a difference in the lives of girls, the GSCI Alumnae Association welcomes you. If you were ever a girl member, staff member, or volunteer, whether in one of the 38 counties served by Girl Scouts of Central Illinois or a council hundreds of miles away, we invite you to join the GSCI Alumnae Association to reconnect with the sisterhood of Girl Scouts.

If you have questions about the GSCI Alumnae Association, please contact Anna Sutton.

The first Girl Scout troops began before women were given the right to vote. Today, more than 90 years later, there is a “Troop Capitol Hill” made up entirely of congresswomen who are honorary Girl Scouts.


Nearly 70% of the women in U.S. Congress today are former Girl Scouts.


64% of the women listed in Who’s Who of American Women are Girl Scout alumnae.


53% of all women business owners are Girl Scout alumnae.

Famous Girl Scouts Alumnae include former First Lady Laura Bush, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, anchorwomen Barbara Walters and Katie Couric, musicians Sheryl Crow and Natalie Merchant, professional athletes Bonnie Blair and Rebecca Lobo, and many more.