Women leaders in the Boy Scouts of America

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The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) have come a long way since Catherine Pollard of Milford, Conn., became the first female Scoutmaster in 1988. That’s when the BSA did away with gender restrictions on volunteer positions, allowing Pollard to lead a troop. Pollard paved the way for countless other female Scoutmasters. Since then, every leadership position is open to women.
 
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