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Living The Mission By Sharee Broussard

Almost as a visible demonstration of its mission

Of the approximately 175 people in attendance, at

Effective nonprofit governance, operations and

to promote volunteerism, develop the potential of

least 35 attendees were affiliated with JLM at multiple

sustainability are crucial to JLM and the entire

women and improve our communities through the

levels: board, management team, chairs, volunteers,

nonprofit sector. Community needs are great and

effective action and leadership of trained volunteers,

sustainers, provisionals or former members. Multiple

resources are limited, so it’s important to understand

JLM members and former members were engaged

JLM members or sustainers were presenters in either

current best practices. Event attendees participated in

in professional development and had a substantial

full sessions or panels, including sustainers Sharee

12 sessions; three each in four tracks: Board Member,

presence at the June 27, 2018 South Alabama

Broussard, Jill Chenoweth and Marcelle Naman.

Finance/Fund Development, Communications and

Nonprofit Summit.

Members Dorothy Dorton, Tonie Ann Torrans and Jill

Advanced Issues. There was also a lunchtime “Funders

Chenoweth also served on the Steering Committee.

Forum” panel discussion with audience Q&A.

BACK ROW- Tonie Ann Torrans, Melissa Hughes, Meagan Barnett, Rebecca Satterwhite, Amanda Gonzalez, Sarah Bumgarner, Ashley Babb, Laura Johnson, Lucy Pryor Brady, Sherrica Davis-Hunt FRONT ROW- Tenaysha Carroll, Sharee Broussard, Jill Chenoweth 38 JUNIOR LEAGUE OF MOBILE FOLIO MAGAZINE - SPRING 2019

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Serving as the voice of Junior League of Mobile, FOLIO - through feature stories, interviews and profiles - reports on the organization’s ac...