By Sarah Connelly Volunteerism and strengthening communities through service is the heart of the Junior League of Boston. With many placement opportunities centered on the potential of women, Junior League members strive to take action and make a difference. Many of our members go beyond, volunteering for charities or programs that mean the most to… Read More
A highlight of our year-end General Membership Meeting is always recognition of our outstanding volunteers. TheVolunteer Recognition Awards are presented to one Active, one Sustainer, and one New Member who in their current placements go above and beyond their placement requirements and embody the mission of the Junior League of Boston. This year, we are… 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!
By Sarah Connelly Joining the Junior League of Boston interested me because one of my co-workers joined last year and enjoyed her new member experience. I was very intrigued with what the organization stands for and decided to go to an information session back in May. Current Members spoke passionately about their New Member year and… Read More
Today we are showcasing our President-Elect, Michelle Lentz. Originally from San Antonio, Michelle tells us about her history with the Junior League, her most impactful experiences in the League so far, and her plans for her two-year term as President from 2018-2020.
By Brittany Trimble Today we are showcasing Transfer Member Colleen O’Hara. Originally from Upstate New York, Colleen speaks with us about how she first became involved with the League, how the League has helped her career, and some of her favorite Boston things.
By Jennifer Hemmerdinger Name: Karen Page Hometown: Currently resides in Merrimack, NH but grew up in Manchester, NH Role in JL Boston: President of the Junior League of Boston Number of Years in Junior League (including other chapters): 17 How did you first get involved with the Junior League? I first joined in 2000 and… Read More
By: Danielle Kaslow Following up on our recent profile of Show House Co-Chair Alison Webb, today we are featuring fellow Co-Chair, Hayley Hannan. Hayley shares her journey of first becoming involved with the League, her transition to becoming Show House Co-Chair, and her proudest moment from this year’s highly successful Designer Show House.
By: Danielle Kaslow Today we are showcasing Show House Co-Chair, Alison Webb. Originally from Mendon,Vermont (near Killington), Alison speaks with us about how she first became involved with the League, how she chose her current two-year placement, and her words of wisdom for potential members.
By: Jordan Haywood Today we’re showcasing one of our 2017/2018 New Members, Vanessa Emodi. Vanessa is serving on the Communications Council and shares with us why the Junior League is a good fit for her. She also helps get us into the holiday spirit!