Rosemary Ghosh, United Kingdom
Scout since when?
I'm from the UK and have been involved in Guiding and Scouting since I was a Brownie. I've been a Rainbow and Brownie leader in England and a Guide leader for British Guiding
Overseas in Switzerland.
What are your strengths?
Why are you involved in Scouting and Guiding?
I love how international Scouting and Guiding is - wherever I have been,I have found local groups to visit and we all have the same Guiding and Scouting principles of community action and self-development in common. To enable young people to develop the skills needed to flourish in an ever-changing, multicultural society is one of the best things about being involved with Scouts and Guides.
And the camps and s'mores round the campfire!
I started scouts when I was in primary school. After a longer break I joined scouts again at the age of sixteen because life is just better with scouts!
Why are you doing that?
I love the community that scouting is and this feeling of belonging. It is amazing to see that the kids can be themselves and form a great group in which they all take care of each other and have lots of fun. For me, scouting is about growing as a person and exploring life in many different ways.