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Women of Distinction 2022


Women of Distinction

GIRL SCOUTS NATION'S CAPITAL ANNOUNCES FOUR OUTSTANDING                            “WOMEN OF DISTINCTION" FOR 2022

Martinsburg - Girl Scouts Nation's Capital (GSCNC) will recognize four local community leaders during the annual Women of Distinction  Luncheon. This inspirational and jubilant event will be held on Wednesday, October 12, 2022, at 11:30 am at the Holiday Inn. Honorees include:

Carol Asam, Lyn Goodwin, Helen Harris, and Bonnie Stubblefield.

2022 Woman of Distinction recipient Carol Asam is a woman of strong convictions and much faith. Her son, David, calls her a tough but responsible and loving mother who “is a beacon in the community”. 

2022 Woman of Distinction recipient Lyn Goodwin has led the Morgan County Development Authority since 2021. Lyn started her career in Morgan County as a reporter for The Journal after graduating from WVU.  She continued to serve Morgan County as the Community Relations Manager for War Memorial Hospital for almost 22 years. 

2022 Woman of Distinction recipient Helen Harris is a lifelong resident of Berkeley County.  Throughout her career, Helen has demonstrated great leadership and commitment to others. She was the former president/director/owner of an in-home health care business, Harris Community Care, along with her husband, Leonard.  

2022 Woman of Distinction recipient Bonnie Stubblefield resides in Berkeley County with her husband, William (Bill) Stubblefield.  Dr. Bonnie McGregor Stubblefield was the first woman Director of Marine Programs for US Geological Survey (USGS). In addition, she was the first woman to serve as the Associate Director of USGS, an agency of some 12,000 employees, and the first woman to serve as the Acting Director of USGS. 

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