By Sarah Connelly Are you looking for new ways to get involved in community service in the Greater Boston community? Want to be part of an organization of like-minded women? Why not consider joining the Junior League of Boston?
The Board of Directors recently voted to approve the selection of Jasmine Howard to the role of Vice President-Elect of Community Service, effective immediately. Jasmine will serve her term on the 2019-2020 Executive Management Team.
The Nominating Council is thrilled to introduce to you the Junior League of Boston’s 2019 Leadership Slate! Please join us in congratulating these accomplished women who will lead our League in 2020-2021. Throughout this year’s nominating process, we were impressed by the energy, grace, and commitment of the entire applicant pool. We are confident that, with… Read More
The JL Boston Conference Grant Fund was established to encourage, empower, and enable active members of the Junior League of Boston to pursue training opportunities, through an offset of registration and related costs. This grant helps us live into our commitment to connect trained volunteers to meaningful community projects. We’re excited to share how our 2018-2019… Read More
The Junior League of Boston Annual Gala is fast approaching! Join us on March 30, 2019 at the beautiful John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston for dinner, dancing, and inspiration. Our theme this year is #SoarBeyondYourLimits, and proceeds from the event enable our volunteers to do just that in service to the… Read More
by Sarah Connelly Meet New Member, Lindsay Durniak! After learning about the Junior League of Boston from her mother, Lindsay attended an open house for prospective new members last spring. With great enthusiasm, Lindsay decided to join the League. Currently, Lindsay is a new member and encourages everyone to take the lead and join!
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by Sarah Connelly Recently, The Junior League of Boston hosted its annual winter General Membership Meeting (GMM) focused on the theme of leadership. To kick-off the meeting, Michelle Lentz, President, shared inspiring quotes related to the theme. Each quote resonated with members, especially, “A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want… Read More
JL Boston’s Nominating Council is pleased to announce our newest leaders: Denise Amaya, VP of Training Elect 2018-2019 Erin Harness, VP of Placement Elect 2018-2019 Victoria Hay, VP of Community Service 2018-2019 Alison Webb, VP of Membership Elect 2018-2019 Learn more about these leaders! We are very excited to welcome them to their new roles.
by Dana Lucas October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. In light of this, the Junior League of Boston hosted a training on Domestic Violence on Thursday, October 25th. While a difficult topic to cover, the Community Council and Organization hosted an interactive program that taught trainees the importance of understanding the warning signs of domestic… Read More