The Junior League of Boston Announces 2013-2014 Board of Directors (10/7/13)
Alyssa Fenoglio – External Communications Manager
1 September 2013
BOSTON, MA September 2013 — The Junior League of Boston (JL Boston) announces their newly installed Board of Directors for 2013–2014.
The Junior League of Boston uses an organizational structure similar to that of about 95% of the other Junior League chapters called the “Council system.” This management structure ensures that the organization is more efficient and effective in addition to being an almost 100% volunteer-led organization. Additionally, the Council system requires each Board of Director Member to lead their councils in both strategic and operational capacities.
As JL Boston’s 2013–2014 President, Tracey Manzi presides over a 12 member Board of Directors team including President Elect Audra Dainora, Secretary Molly Frazier Macke, Treasurer Gabrielle Piasio, Director of Community Service Kathleen Riley, Director of Communications Melissa Alexander Lee, Director of Development Elizabeth Hackett Smith, Director of Strategic Management & Planning Lauren Shifflett, Director of Training Chayla Freeman, Director of Membership Leigh Anne Dempsey, Director of Nominating Daphne Durham, Director of Sustainer Membership Cynthia Fenneman, and Managing Director – Mikael Agrusa Bristow.
The 2013–2014 JL Boston year kicks off with the new Board of Directors on September 23, 2013 at 6:30 pm during the General Membership Meeting held at the Revere Hotel, Boston, MA.
For more information on the 2013–2014 Junior League of Boston Board of Directors please visit https://www.jlboston.org/board-of-directors.
About Junior League of Boston
The Junior League of Boston an all women’s nonprofit organization focused on the health and education of women and children. JL Boston is part of the Association of Junior Leagues International Inc. (AJLI), an organization of 294 Junior League chapters in four countries. AJLI is composed of more than 170,000 dedicated and creative women members from varying backgrounds and interests, who share a commitment to voluntarism. Founded in 1906, JL Boston originated as a progressive, motivated and dedicated collection of trained female volunteers, and today its members proudly serve the greater Boston community through direct community service projects. Please go to www.jlboston.org for more information.