Chelmsford Girl Scout Anna Mullane honor Bill Fine as Leading Man in a Supporting role at Leading Women Awards
Chelmsford Girl Scout Anna Mullane presented the Leading
Man in a Supporting Role award to Bill Fine, President and General Manager of WCVB-TV and WCVB.com at Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts’ 21st annual Leading Women Awards Breakfast. This special event takes on additional
importance as it is one of the final events in a year-long 100th Anniversary celebration. Mullane considers meeting Fine and visiting the WCVB Chanel 5 studio among her favorite Girl Scout memories.
Mullane, a 12-year-old Cadette, has been an active Girl Scout for eight years. A math and science enthusiast, her favorite parts of Girl Scouts is sleeping over at the Museum of Science and the annual MathMovesU conference. She hopes to attend MIT and pursue a career as an on-air meteorologist. It was especially exciting for Mullane to have the opportunity to speak with WCVB’s J.C. Monahan, one of
the station’s meteorologist since 2001.
Mullane has earned her Bronze and Silver awards, two of the three highest awards a Girl Scout can achieve, and has future plans to work towards her Gold Award. In addition to Girl Scouts, Mullane participates in the Science Club, Student Council, plays the piano, and in 2009, she received the U.S. Environmental President Award for her plastic bag recycling project.
“Each year Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts honors remarkable leaders who have made a positive impact through their career and in the community,” explained
Ruth N. Bramson, CEO, Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. “The Leading Women Awards is a way for our girls to meet great role models like Bill Fine and
for our supporters to learn how Girl Scouts is creating future women leaders.”
The Leading Women Awards brings hundreds of women and other members of the greater Boston business community together to celebrate leadership, honor our awardees, and support the Girl Scout mission. Girl Scouts inspires, challenges, and empowers girls to discover their values and passions. Innovation and creativity are at the very core of the Girl Scout experience.
The prestigious list of 2012 Leading Women honorees includes Beth I.Z. Boland, Partner Bingham McCutchen, Bingham McCutchen LLP; Joanna Lau, Founder and CEO, Lau Technologies; Juliette C. Mayers, Executive Director, Multicultural Marketing, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Speaker and Author; Marie A. Turley, Executive Director, City of Boston Women’s Commission; Susan Windham-Bannister, Ph.D., President and Chief Executive Officer, Massachusetts Life Sciences Centers.