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Radish CEO Named as 100+ Girl Scouts Colorado Distinguished Alumnae

In honor of its 100 year anniversary of Girl Scouting, which
builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place, Girl Scouts of Colorado have honored 100 Distinguished Alumnae. Theresa Szczurek, Radish co-founder and CEO, lifetime Girl Scout, and Girl Scout Troop 70007 leader, has been honored as such.

Distinguished Girl Scout Alumnae, who have been involved in the organization in Colorado as girls, adults, volunteers or staff members, were nominated based on exceptional leadership, a strong commitment and service to community, embracing diversity and embodying Girl Scout values. Compared with non-alumnae, Girl Scout alumnae feel better about themselves, are more active as mentors and community volunteers, vote more regularly, are better educated and enjoy higher household income, proving involvement in Girl Scouting works (Girl Scouting Works: The Alumnae Impact Study, 2012).

For more information visit www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org

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Theresa Szczurek

Theresa Szczurek oversees all business operations. As co-founder, Chief Operating Officer, and Chief Planning Officer of RCS, Szczurek was key in transforming the start-up into a thriving firm that sold for over $40 million.

One Comment on Radish CEO Named as 100+ Girl Scouts Colorado Distinguished Alumnae

  1. Tshidiso says:

    I always say rerneseptative immediately. It gives me the impression that I get through faster, but it really defeats the purpose of a company having an IVR. Just last week I was screaming when I reached Comcast’s IVR.

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