The Junior League of Martin County is kicking off its thirty-fifth season with a new appointments to its board of directors to help continue the nonprofit’s work to serve the community.
Taylor Gilmour will serve as president; Lara Bailey will serve as vice president; Keri Gustafson and Charlene Lyons will serve as co-treasurers; Julia Sansevere will serve as sustaining member director; and Ashley Price Winchel will serve as advisory-nominating chair. The board of directors will be joined by committee chairs Ashley Price Winchel, Lauren Aloia, Alyssa Regan, Heather Frady, Laura Baird, and Teena White.
The Junior League of Martin County dedicates its initiatives in impact areas of women, children, and civic leadership, addressing human trafficking, domestic violence, women’s health, teen dating violence, child sex trafficking, nutrition and food insecurity, and poverty. Among the programs, the nonprofit offers two scholarships to graduating high school students in the Martin County School District and a scholarship for female students at Indian River State College.
The Junior League of Martin County is accepting new female members on a rolling admission. Women must be at least 22 years old and reside in Martin County or St. Lucie County. Members improve the local community through organized and effective methods, build relationships with a diverse group of current and emerging women leaders, develop volunteer skills and leadership potential, and share talents with a network of accomplished women.
The Junior League of Martin County is a part of the Association of Junior Leagues International, a women’s organization on a mission to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training. For those interested in learning more about the Junior League of Martin County, visit jlmcflorida.org.