Extraordinary women who've made an impact
The Junior League of Grand RapidsFirst Lady; substance abuse prevention activist
The Junior League of ClevelandActress, children's and animal welfare advocate; "The Wicked Witch of the West"
began her professional career in children's theatre as a Junior League member.
The Junior League of the City of New YorkFounder of The Junior League in 1901; first defender of consumer rights as Chair of the Consumers' Advisory Board of the National Resource Administration in President Franklin Roosevelt's Administration, 1933
The Junior League of HartfordActress; women's issues activist
The Junior League of NashvilleChairman of Ingram Industries, Chairman of Vanderbilt University Board of Trust
Marilyn Carlson Nelson
The Junior League of Minneapolis
Chair and former CEO of Carlson Companies, the first major North American travel company to sign the ECPAT international code of conduct regarding the sexual exploitation of children (2002); Chair by presidential appointment, National Women’s Business Council (2002-2005); Author: How We Lead Matters: Reflections on a Life of Leadership (2008)