National Women’s History Month is over…and I’m exhausted. So many events, so many conversations, so little time.
So what’s the impact?
What I find most interesting about participating in the many events that celebrate National Women’s History Month is the … Read more
On Sunday, like many of you, I was glued to the television, watching endless interviews on a range of channels about the January 21st women’s marches. More than once I heard commentators ask, “What’s next?” and “How … Read more
The Junior League is not (and never has been) a political organization, yet I am writing this brief message after the conclusion of an election in the United States that exposed the many divides in our country and highlighted the … Read more
In a time when civic trauma – whether civil unrest, racially motivated violence, or hate crimes – sweeps many of our cities, Junior Leagues are facing the challenge of demonstrating community leadership in times of crisis. As you can see … Read more
Today the rainbow flag has lost its color. And one more time, people everywhere have lost a little bit more of our feeling of safety and freedom. All of us mourn the senseless loss of life in Orlando on Sunday … Read more