Score A Friend is a 2012 Program, developed by Sarah, a 13 year-old girl in pursuit of her Girl Scout Gold Award. Sarah’s twin brother has an Autism Spectrum Disorder, and beginning in middle school, experienced a lack of inclusion in school clubs and sports, as well as an overall lack of friendships. Sarah’s initial Project goal was to help her brother find a friend. If she could help him find a friend, she knew she could help other kids with disabilities find friends too. Sarah immersed herself in the “disability world”, learning about disabilities, public laws & personal rights, inclusion, community resources, and the numerous stories of children and families. Sarah quickly determined that kids with disabilities meet friends through sports and clubs just like all other children and became an activist for school-based unified sports and clubs in schools. She met with her school district administration, as well as multiple schools, and community providers to implement new unified programs in her school and community. In 2013, Sarah and her brother were appointed to their state’s Special Olympic Youth Activation Committee (YAC). It was then that Sarah learned about Project UNIFY and identified with the Partner Clubs as the key component to building unified sports and friendships within schools. After many successful and unsuccessful attempts to get new Partner Clubs off the ground, Sarah developed the Score A Friend Club Model and web-based Score A Friend Program to promote, support, and connect youth leaders and all their unified clubs. The combination of Sarah’s unique experiences – a twin sister of a brother with a disability, an 11-year member a youth-led Girl Scout Troop, a 2016 Girl Scout Gold Award recipient for building unified programs in her school and community, and serving on her state Project UNIFY Youth Activation Committee – give her the necessary skills, knowledge, and experience to lead the Unified Generation in building Score A Friend Clubs in every school and advancing inclusion throughout the world.