The Junior League of New Orleans
This Junior League of New Orleans member played a critical role in the recovery of her city after the catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina. Working smartly and swiftly, Anne McDonald Milling cobbled together a group of passionate women called Women of the Storm and then succeeded, with a trip to Capitol Hill, in getting legislators to focus on the Gulf Coast's woes.
The Junior League of Kansas City
Mary Shaw "Shawsie" Branton defines what it means to give a lifetime’s worth of service beginning with her prescient efforts to challenge the tide of segregation and her long fight for equality for children with disabilities.
The Junior League of Minneapolis
A passionate advocate for women's rights and leadership, Emily Anne Staples Tuttle has served as Minnesota State Senator, a County Commissioner, and as an advisor to a Governor. Among her many achievements are her work to help found both the Minnesota Women’s Political Caucus and the first Women’s Institute for Social Change.
The Junior League of Seattle
Founder of the Washington Women’s Foundation and CityClub, Colleen Willoughby is a woman committed to making a difference. Not only does she work to create positive change at the community level, but she is also a lifelong volunteer and dedicated Junior League leader.
The Junior Leage of Greater Orlando
Former Florida Secretary of State and former Orlando Mayor, Glenda E. Hood is a woman committed to making a difference through positive change at the governmental level. She is also a lifelong volunteer and a dedicated Junior League leader.
The Junior League of Dallas
A member of the Junior League of Dallas, Jan Langbein is a pioneer of the prevention of domestic violence who transformed the experience of someone close to her into a galvanizing movement to educate and shelter families experiencing abuse. She now serves as the executive director of the Genesis Women's Shelter.
The Junior League of Nashville
Deborah Taylor Tate is an FCC Commissioner, a volunteer, an attorney, and and mother of three who has lent her talent and intelligence to issues such as juvenile justice and mental health. A member of the Junior League of Nashville for more than 17 years, Commissioner Tate has made significant contributions to recognizing, addressing, and improving the health, economic, and social well-being of women and children. She served as president of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).