Police chief honored by Scouts
Portland Police Bureau Chief Danielle Outlaw has been honored as a Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington, KOIN 6 News reports.
Outlaw became the first African American woman to lead the police bureau when she was selected years ago.
In her speech Tuesday, Sept. 24, she spoke to young girls on the challenges of being a leader and perservering in a male-dominated industry. She also said she hopes to be a role model for girls who dream of working in similar positions.
Latino Network Director Carmen Rubio also was honored.
KOIN 6 News is a media partner of the Portland Tribune.
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