Juliette Gordon Low or “Daisy” was the founder of Girl Scouts, with the help of Sir Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the Boy Scouts of America. Baden-Powell had learned that girls wanted to join the scouts, but he was too busy with running the Boy Scouts. He asked Low if she would like to be part of the Girl Guides movement, forming the first group of Girl Guides in Scotland in 1911. In 1912 Low returned to the United States, forming a group in Savannah, Georgia in 1912.
In 1915, the Girl Guides became the Girl Scouts and Low became the first president. She stayed active until the time of her death. Her birthday, October 31, is celebrated by the Girl Scouts as “Founder’s Day”. Robert Baden-Powell
Low was lived in Scotland when she met Sir Robert Baden-Powell at a party, where Low entertained him with stories of travel. Upon further conversation, they learned that they shared a love of sculpting; Low had sculpted members of her family, including her father and one of her cousins.
 Baden-Powell had started the Boy Scout movement, with a growing membership of boys throughout Great Britain, the United States, France, and Germany. ] Girl Guides
Baden-Powell’s sister Agnes had created a group for girls called Girl Guides.:26 Low was interested in this movement, and created a troop in 1911 in Scotland.:26 She taught them many of the skills she had learned from her grandmother, including first aid and cooking.:28 On a trip back to the United States, both Low and Baden-Powell discussed the possibility of creating a Girl Guides group.:28 Upon her return to her home in Savannah, she telephoned her cousin and urged her to rush over, announcing “I’ve got something for the girls of Savannah, and all America, and all the world, we’re going to start it tonight!”