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Tracy Keller, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast returns and chats with TCE.
It is Cookie Time (Jan 10 - March 22, 2015) ~ hear about the cookie program for this year and how it builds financial literacy.
About Tracy Keller - graduated from Virginia Wesleyan College in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and mathematics. Since 2004, she has served as chief executive officer of the Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast, a regional nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of girls. Under her leadership, Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast has received numerous awards that include: the 2008 Agency of the Year Award from the United Way of South Hampton Roads; the 2009 “4ward” Hampton Roads Award from Lead Hampton Roads; the National Philanthropy Outstanding Youth Award in 2012; and the Marian Palmer Capps Award from the Urban League for outstanding work as an informal educational institution.
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Tracy Keller will discuss Financial literacy as it relates to the 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Program and opportunities for Girl Scout alumnae to reconnect with the organization at their upcoming Samoa Soiree.
Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast
STOP Living, Breathing and working BENEATH your Purpose! Join TCE's Career Talk Radio along with special guests as we share employment, economy tips, e-business tips and solutions to help you make Monday Mornings...BETTER! Create the life of your dreams.
Programming: SweetBerry Designs
Production: NH Productions
'Go Hard or Go Home' ~ Powered by The Career Engineer (TCE) Tracy Keller, CEO of Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast Panelist at the TCE Career & Biz Summit Get to know the Girl Scouts and how her success can provide guidance to move you forward ------------------------- 'Get Fit With Fran' with Wanda of Wandawoman Exercise Tip as children return to school and life routines change Programming: SweetBerry Designs Production: NH Productions
'Go Hard or Go Home' Powered by The Career Engineer (TCE) What can a cookie do? A world of good – when in the hands of Girl Scouts! The Girl Scout Cookie Program has been helping girls build financial literacy and business skills for over 75 years. Each year, millions of Americans look forward to this special season.
Tracy Keller, the CEO for the Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast, is joining us today to give us a glimpse into the largest girl-led financial literacy program in our nation and to tell how it fits into the new Girl Scout Leadership Experience that is helping build leaders – one girl at a time. She’ll also talk about Samoa Soiree - an event just for adults where Girl Scout cookies will be used by Hampton Roads’ top chefs as key ingredients to create culinary delights.
Programming: SweetBerry DesignsProduction: NH Productions
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Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)! That is the ticket to amazing careers and business opportunities in the 21st century.
TCE kept it REAL with a pioneer in the STEM industry, Dr. Sandra Deloatch, The Dean of Norfolk State University's College of Engineering, Science & Technology!" Learn more: http://cset.nsu.edu/ call directly 757-823-8180
Who is Sandra DeLoatch?
Sandra Jean DeLoatch received a B.S. degree in mathematics (Magna Cum Laude) from Howard University and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She earned graduate degrees in mathematics and computer science and attended University of Michigan (M.A.), Indiana University (Ph.D.), and The College of William and Mary (M.S.).
She was responsible for initiating the Computer Science Program at Norfolk State University (NSU) and served as the first Computer Science Department Chair. She was appointed Dean of the College of Science, Engineering, and Technology (CSET) in 2000. She is currently the Massie Chair of Excellence in Information Assurance and Cyber Security.
Dr. DeLoatch has effectively administered over $20M in external funding for research and educational projects from numerous federal agencies. She has authored mathematics textbooks and computer science research articles, and technical reports.
Her awards include: NSU’s 1983 Teacher of the Year; NTA 2000 Technical Achiever of the Year; NSU 2001 Administrator of the Year; Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast (GSCCC) Woman of Distinction Award just to name a few.
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