Member Stories

Member Stories is a campaign highlighting individual Junior League Members who have used their League experience to make an impact in their local community. We know that leadership isn’t just the job you have or the role you’re in, and that Junior League women lead every day, in all kinds of roles. Our Members bring The Junior League Mission to life, and we are pleased to shine light on their unique and inspiring stories.

To view nationally and internationally recognized Members, view the Public Figures page.

Featured Members

  • Enjoli Reed

    Whether mentoring fellow Members, contributing to the development of her League’s small League action plan, updating bylaws, or helping women and children receive basic needs like food, shelter, and clothes, Enjoli Reed has seen her plans for herself and her community come to fruition with the Junior League of Moore County.

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  • Yolanda Dixon

    Whether taking the helm in her job as the first woman and first African-American Secretary of the Louisiana Senate or in her volunteer work, Yolanda Dixon credits the Junior League of Baton Rouge with helping her become a more collaborative leader.

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  • When Wendy Armstrong joined the Junior League of Central Westchester, she never imagined her involvement would lead to a new career.

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  • Tycely Williams

    As Chief Development Officer of The Bipartisan Policy Center, as well as a global volunteer,
    Tycely Williams has had to work closely with individuals and organizations to navigate a variety of challenges.

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