|Office||Chief Scout of the Norsk Speiderpikeforbund|
|Term||1927 - 1935|
Aas graduated from teacher's college in Tromsø and found work as a teacher there in 1909. In 1910 she moved to Trondheim. Aas was a member of the Trondheim school board and executive board Trondhjems konsertforening, the Trondheim concert association.
Aas attended the 1928 World Scout Conference in Budapest as one of the Norwegian delegates, and was a witness to the first casting of B-P's footprint, documented in her memoirs. She designed the World Trefoil emblem of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts that was adopted at the World Conference in 1930, a gold trefoil on a blue background.