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Meet our 2015-17 GAB members! 

Frankie Alchanti Maya English Alison Kokorowski  Breyana Russell 
Alexandria Ayala Nilah Epperson Natalie Krantz  Kayla Sakurai
Evelyn Baran Nicolette Eusebi Samantha Krantz Iman Samareh
Annie Benedict Isabella Fernandez Charlee Leatherberry*  Auburn Schmidt
Michelle Bergdahl Brianna Fernandez Elizabeth Lewelling Joan Schueller
Elizabeth Bock Aniyah Gipson Megan McGray Alyssa Schwantner
Abigail Brown* Julia Habeger Julia Medina Kari Setlak
Madeline Brown* Brooklyn Harris Sophia Miller Faith Shortridge
Margaret Burnett Skylar Higgins Kaitlyn Moran Alexandria Sorensen
Josselin Cabrinha

Katherine Hightower

Kaniela Nakamura* Rubi Soto
Michaela Capps Savannah Hooton  Angelia Paja Alana Stone
Giuliana Casciani* Joanna Hua* Aline Aimee Perez Maya Stuart
Alyssa Castellanos Kaitlyn Hurd  Darby Power Sophia Stuart*
Brianna Cervantes Quinn Hurd Grace Pusztai Chase Taylor
Dalani Cooley Zaylin Jackson*  Becky Raghavachary* Ava Thomas
Rebecca Daley Emily Jenkins Lizeth Rangel Megan Mary Tran
LaNiya Dawson* Cora Jiron Paulina Renshaw Quintynn Vaughn
Gillian Doplemore* Hailey Johnson  Olivia Ries Sienna Vaughn
Mudi Edelberg Elise Knebel Calladan Roth Madison Waxman
Hanalei Emnace Justice Kochevar Reace Rushing Emily Allan*

*also served during the 2013-15 term

Do you have the gift of gab?

The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles Girl Advisory Bureau (GAB) is a dynamic group of Girl Scouts from every level--Daisy to Ambassador--and from all over the greater Los Angeles area.

GAB girls speak up and speak out, acting as the voice of more than 40,000 Girl Scouts, representing the council at media and civic events as well as in GSGLA publications. Plus, GAB members:

  • have the honor and distinction of membership
  • engage in leadership and media workshops
  • share their ideas and stories with the council and the community

Led by GSGLA marketing and communications staff, the GAB program presents its members with opportunities to grow in the following areas:

  • Public speaking
  • Confidence
  • Leadership
  • Media literacy
  • Communication
  • Marketing skills
  • Writing skills

GAB membership commitments

GAB members must*:

  • uphold the Girl Scout Promise and Law
  • commit to attending four (4) GAB meetings a year
  • commit to a minimum term of two (2) years or until they age out of Girl Scouts, whichever comes first

Gabbing with Girl Scouts  

Look for videos created by GAB girls on GSGLA's YouTube channel as well as articles written by GAB girls in Greater, GSGLA’s program guide mailed to all GSGLA girl members three times a year.


How to apply

GAB members are selected every two years by a committee of Girl Scout staff. The next application round for the 2017-19 term will take place October 2016-January 2017. More information will be posted closer to the dates. 

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