Junior League Civic Leaders

  • Kate Lee

    Kate Lee

    The Junior League of the Oranges and Short Hills

    An able student of the legislative process, Kate Lee’s work as a public advocate on issues such as human trafficking has been felt across the state of New Jersey, most notably in the state capital.

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    The Junior League of San Diego

    Megan Lim, the winner of the 2012 Rising Star Award, is active in her League, visible in her community, and generous with her time.

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    Junior League of the Lehigh Valley

    Rising Star Award-winner Rosalind Lucien is a stand-out volunteer leader with an entrepreneurial streak whose impact has been felt throughout her community in just a few short years.

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  • Karen Cullen Luke

    Karen Cullen Luke

    The Junior League of Oklahoma City

    In the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing, Karen Cullen Luke stepped forward as a collaborative leader who brought to life a memorial for the lost and helped the nation grapple with the evil of terrorism.

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  • Carolyn B. Maloney

    Carolyn B. Maloney

    The Junior League of the City of New York

    In Congress, Carolyn B. Maloney champions the rights of women and the welfare of children.

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  • Marjorie McCullough Lunken Ittman Hiatt Motch

    Marjorie McCullough Lunken Ittman Hiatt Motch

    The Junior League of Cincinnati

    Marjorie McCullough Lunken Ittman Hiatt Motch’s volunteer career has spanned many decades and many causes including social services for the under-privileged, the sick, and the elderly, and leadership skills for girls.

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    The Junior League of Scranton

    Notable among Maggie’s characteristics are her compassion for others and a deprecating sense of humor. Both have served her exceedingly well during her first years in the League where she says she has learned that leadership can be an asset to her community as much or more than direct service.

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  • Sandra Day O’Connor

    Sandra Day O’Connor

    The Junior League of Phoenix

    Sandra Day O’Connor was the first woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, on which she served for 25 years as a thoughtful and careful jurist. 

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  • Betty Oland

    Betty Shuter Oland

    The Junior League of Halifax

    Like many other Junior League women in both World Wars, Betty Shuter Oland, a long-time member of the Junior League of Halifax, had her first volunteer experience in organizations like the Red Cross, supporting the war effort in a wide range of ways. 

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