Junior League Civic Leaders

  • Cornelia Fort

    Cornelia Fort

    The Junior League of Nashville

    A fearless pilot and flight instructor, Cornelia Fort led a short but adventurous life, ultimately dying in service to her country during World War II while delivering a plane to a military base in Texas as part of the Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron.

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  • DENORA GETACHEW

    DENORA GETACHEW

    The Junior League of The City of New York

    As the co-chair of the League’s Advocates for Public Policy committee, DeNora Getachew works hard to ensure that the committee is focused on issues with the greatest impact on women and children.

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  • LAURIE GREEN

    LAURIE GREEN

    The Junior League of Sacramento

    Rising Star Laurie Green of The Junior League of Sacramento is a woman whose membership in the League is proof that some of the most rewarding paths to take are those you never would have considered initially.

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  • Adele Hall

    Adele Hall

    The Junior League of Kansas City

    A model of philanthropy and voluntarism, Adele Hall worked to better the lives of those around her.

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  • Mary Harriman

    Mary Harriman

    The Junior League of the City of New York

    A pioneer of social reform, Mary Harriman used a life of privilege as a platform for good works, ultimately founding a movement of women committed to bettering the lives of those around them.

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  • September Hill

    September Hill

    The Junior League of Los Angeles

    With energy and passion, September Hill used her skills in public advocacy to put perinatal depression on the map in California. 

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  • Glenda E. Hood

    Glenda E. Hood

    The Junior League of Greater Orlando

    A persuasive advocate for diversity and inclusion, the arts, and international commerce, Glenda E. Hood served as Florida Secretary of State and Mayor of Orlando.

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  • Martha Rivers Ingram

    Martha Rivers Ingram

    The Junior League of Nashville

    An early and energetic supporter of the arts and culture, Martha Rivers Ingram saw to it that more than a million Tennessee children be exposed to music, drama, and dance.

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  •  HILARY JACKSON

    HILARY JACKSON

    The Junior League of Collin County

    Hilary Jackson has leveraged her experience in the Junior League and her professional experience to model and encourage her teams to engage with the Collin County community for lasting impact.

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