side menu icon

Girl Scouts honor Monmouth and Ocean counties top Girl Scout Cookie sellers


Above: Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore CEO Eileen Higgins congratulates 10th grade Girl Scout Marissa Brandon from Howell May 20 at the Girl Scouts’ annual celebration honoring Monmouth and Ocean counties’ top Girl Scout Cookie Sellers held at iPlay America, Freehold. Brandon sold 5,021 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies.


The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore recognized 220 Girl Scouts who sold 500 or more boxes of Girl Scout Cookies this year during a special May 20 ceremony at iPlay America, Freehold.

This year, the top Girl Scout Cookie seller, Marisa Brandon, a high school sophomore from Howell, sold 5,021 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. Combined, the top Girl Scouts honored sold 157,000 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies combined; the top 10 sellers alone, listed below, sold more than 23,000 boxes.

In addition to selling Girl Scout Cookies to those who love the delicious treats, Girl Scouts also give customers the option to buy Girl Scout Cookies for donation to local food banks, the military and other worthy causes. On May 21, the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore donated 11,543 points of Girl Scout Cookies to Fulfill, the former FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties.

The Girl Scout Cookie program is the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world. 100% of the net revenue stays local with the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore in Monmouth and Ocean counties. This money helps power new, unique and amazing experiences for girls – experiences that broaden their worlds; help them gain essential life skills and entrepreneurial expertise, and prepare them for a lifetime of leadership.

While it’s one of the most visible Girl Scout activities, the Cookie Sale Program is only a small aspect of the Girl Scout experience. All activities are designed to help girls grow into women of courage, confidence and character. Through the Girl Scout Cookie Program, Girl Scouts gain skills that will help them grow into leaders and role models. These skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills and business ethics help girls become more successful in school and prepares them for the expectations they’ll be expected to meet as adults.

2018 Top Girl Scout Cookie Sellers




Girl Scout Cookies Sold

Marisa Brandon

10th Grade



Isabella Lupi

5th Grade



Grace Toscano

7th Grade



Alanna Lynch

10th Grade

Long Branch


Emma Tierney

2nd Grade

Toms River


Taylor Brennan

3rd Grade



Isabella Schwank

7th Grade

Spring Lake


Sage Berkowitz

3rd Grade



Lilia Dietz

3rd Grade



Klaire Clifford

11th Grade