Ambassador Girl Scout Anjuli Perubhatla Completes Gold Award

SUGAR LAND: Ambassador Girl Scout Anjuli Perubhatla of New Territory (Brazos Valley Community-Troop 28083) completed her Girl Scout Gold Award – the highest achievement a Girl Scout can earn, symbolizing outstanding accomplishments in the areas of leadership, community service and advocacy. The Girl Scout Gold Award involves more than a year of work, including a minimum of 80 hours of planning and leading a project that benefits the community and will have a long-term impact on the girl’s community.

Her Take Action Project was creating four Traveling Trunks that included science experiments, instructional videos, and physics and magnetism lessons. By providing a strong educational support curriculum for kids via fun interactive ideas and lesson plans, she directly addressed the lack of science initiatives in the youth community. From this project, Anjuli learned how to effectively communicate with her directed audience and made sure that everything she was doing was curated to enhance kids’ enthusiasm and receptiveness towards education.

Not only did Anjuli earn her Gold Award in the last week of July, she also performed her Carnatic Vocal Arangetram on July 30th, 2022 at the Shri Krishna Vrundavan in Houston. Arangetrams are meant to be the first formal concert in public for an aspiring musician. For Anjuli, it was after 10 years of training. Typical expectations include a solid grasp of the technical fundamentals of the music along with the sort of preparation required to sing a full-length concert. Anjuli exceeded the expectations with her very natural voice and great stamina that held for more than 3 hours.

Anjuli Perubhatla graduated from Austin High School in 2022. She is the daughter of Raj and Namratha Perubhatla.