The Junior League of Seattle
Dee Dickinson is one of the world's foremost experts on learning and human development. A member of the Junior League of Seattle for more than 50 years, she has pioneered a number of innovative programs that continue to enrich the lives of countless schoolchildren, parents, and educators.
The Junior League of St. Louis
A member of The Junior League of St. Louis for more than 48 years, Senator Elizabeth "Betty" Sims has consistently championed initiatives that support women's health and well-being, including the Governor's Women's Health Initiative, the creation of the Office on Women's Health, and the MC+ for Kids Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). She chairs the Aging, Families and Mental Health Committee and also co-chairs the Senate Committee on Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence.
The Junior League of Charlotte
A member of the Junior League of Charlotte, Martha Bedell Alexander brings her zeal for serving society to the North Carolina House of Representatives where she has pushed for reforms in policies on the health, economic, and social welfare of women, children, and families.
The Junior League of Oklahoma City
Junior League of Oklahoma City volunteer Karen Cullen Luke is recognized in her community as a role model for active, effective citizenship and compassionate yet focused leadership. These traits served her well when she led the committee that built the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, which seeks to educate visitors about the origins and ramifications of acts of terrorism.
The Junior League of Dallas
Ruth Collins Sharp Altshuler's fifty years of service to her League and to her city of Dallas have won her awards sufficient for 10 trophy cases. Among them are the prestigious Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year Award from the National Society of Fundraising Executives, the National Alexis de Tocqueville Award of the United Way of America, and the Distinguished Service Award given by the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges.
The Junior League of Cincinnati
In the early 1950s when the nation was still segregated, Marjorie Motch of Cincinnati, Ohio saw beyond racial boundaries and served on the board of her city's Urban League and co-founded the Urban League Guild. She also did a turn as the national president of the Girl Scouts.
The Junior League of Nashville
When asked about The Junior League, Martha Rivers Ingram said, "I never expected to find myself serving as Chairman and CEO of a major American corporation. You may never expect to run a business, to be head of a household, or to lead a nonprofit board. Yet, effective Junior League training can prepare you for these experiences and many others."