AURORA, Ill. (June 19, 2018)— The Junior League of Kane & DuPage Counties, Inc. (JLKD) is pleased to announce the following members have transferred their membership to JLKD.
These women have all been members and leaders in another League, some even multiple Leagues, and we are excited to integrate their good ideas and experience into JLKD. We are thrilled to see so many who have jumped into leadership roles after a short time in our League.
We are excited to welcome the following members: Kristyn Cegielski of Naperville, Christine Doellinger of Hinsdale, Karen Hossfeld of Oswego, Pamela King of Aurora, Aubrey Southall of Downers Grove, Lateefah Stanford of Naperville, Anna Mary Walker of Geneva, Bridgette Walshe of South Elgin and Amy Zook of Roselle.
One of the benefits of The Junior League is the ability to transfer membership as women relocate. While all Leagues have their own focus and culture, each League is focused on the same mission of promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving their communities. We are honored to welcome these women into our membership and excited to watch their journeys.
The Junior League of Kane and DuPage Counties, Inc. (JLKD) provides outreach services to organizations and individuals in Kane, DuPage, Kendall and Will Counties. Our mission is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. JLKD works to improve the lives of women and children 0-5 who live in poverty in Kane and DuPage Counties. We focus our efforts of programs, direct service and advocacy on the areas of nutrition and health, early childhood education, and family stability and shelter. JLKD partners with a strong network of area service agencies and schools in the surrounding area to expand our impact within our communities. For more information, visit jlkd.org, facebook.com/JLKDServes or twitter.com/JLKDServes.