Girls Inc. of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey is pleased to honor Lisa Detwiler, Sheila Gallucci-Davis and Dalila Wilson-Scott as this year’s Strong, Smart, and Bold Breakfast honorees. Join us for a panel discussion moderated by Ambassador Club leader and rising senior, Dejah, where we discuss our honorees’ experiences succeeding in male dominated fields, their involvement with Girls Inc., how they’re navigating these challenging times and more!
Lisa Detwiler is the Managing Director, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of FS Investment Solutions. She has more than 25 years of experience representing a variety of financial institutions in regulatory, transactional, litigation, and governance matters.
Lisa received her JD from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where she was an executive editor of the Law Review, and her BA cum laude from Mount Holyoke College. She was recognized with the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Women of Distinction Award. She is active in her community, serving on numerous civic and charitable boards, including as the current President of the Forum of Executive Women.
Sheila is the Vice President and General Counsel of corporate responsibility and philanthropy for Subaru of America, Inc. In addition, Sheila is a trustee on several boards and is the Chair of the Online Education and Outreach Advisory Board for Penn State University. She is also a member of the Corporate Leadership Board of the Barnes Foundation.
Sheila is a graduate of the Dickinson School of Law and Penn State University. She has received numerous awards for her personal accomplishments, service and for her efforts in advancing diversity.
Dalila Wilson-Scott serves as Senior Vice President of Community Impact for Comcast Corporation and as President of the Comcast NBCUniversal Foundation. In this role, Dalila provides strategic leadership throughout all aspects of the company’s community impact and corporate social responsibility initiatives.
She earned an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business and a B.A. in Economics from NYU’s College of Arts and Science. Dalila serves on several boards and is a member of the Executive Leadership Council. Dalila has been named one of the “Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America” by Savoy Magazine and an “Innovative Rising Star: Building Communities” by Forbes magazine.
Learn more about our moderator, Dejah, and her experience with Girls Inc.
Dejah is a junior at the Philadelphia High School for Girls. She has been a part of Girls Inc for three years, joining as a high school freshman. She serves as a part of the Youth Advocacy Program and is also a Student Ambassador for the Parent-Teacher-Daughter-Association of Girls’ High. She has served as council on mock trials and has interned with Philadelphian lawyers and judges. She also founded the debate team at Girls’ High and captains a team of ten girls. She aspires to be the District Attorney of a major city one day.