Junior League of Dallas 2020 - 2021 DallaCite

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Cultivating Leaders Who Collectively Address the Critical Needs of the Community

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The Junior League of Dallas is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.


Elizabeth Dacus It has been my great privilege and honor to serve as the 2020 - 2021 President of the Junior League of Dallas. Despite the unprecedented time, the League continues to be tirelessly committed to our mission: to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve our community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. While much has changed since our founding 99 years ago, the League continues to be a place for women to lead, learn and serve. I couldn’t be more proud to serve as President of this wonderful organization in

$40,000 in college scholarships to 10 incredibly talented young

a year where all we have learned was put to the test. This unusual year


demonstrated that the women of the Junior League of Dallas are well-

• Thanks to the forethought of our Headquarters Endowment

trained and, above all, adaptable.

Committee, the League was also able to renovate Headquarters to make the building a more inclusive and welcoming space for all. In

• Training teams found imaginative and efficient ways to engage

addition, a climate-controlled space for League archives was created

our volunteers throughout the year and tackled topics vital to our

and the space was modernized.

community. • In-League volunteers met virtually to manage League finances,

In my 16 years in the League, I have witnessed the women of this

distribute communications, host our first ever virtual Milestones

organization support each other time and again, and this year was a great

Luncheon and raise funds for our Community Program.

reminder of what a strong community we have. We continue to thrive

• In the community, JLD volunteers found inventive ways to serve

because of the dedication and commitment of our devoted membership,

children struggling in school, seniors isolated by the pandemic and

community partners and donors – thank you again for your support of the

families working to make ends meet. These solutions continue to help

Junior League of Dallas.

North Texans navigate this difficult time. • The League’s Signature Projects invested in 40 Dallas Independent




School District teachers, taught more than 750 kids about healthy

Elizabeth Dacus

eating and exercise, distributed almost 20,000 diapers and awarded

2020 - 2021 Junior League of Dallas President


Letter from the Dallacite Team This has been a year of searching for ways to keep in touch and continue our mission despite being unable to meet face-to-face. The League has taken this challenge in stride by conducting all meetings virtually and allowing members to view meeting replays as they find convenient. The League plans to continue this virtual access in some fashion moving forward, which will help members juggle their home life, work life and League life. We applaud the League for the steps it has taken to keep us all connected and active in the Dallas community. The forethought that went into the League’s plans for this year is impressive. Before COVID-19 struck, the League planned to complete a long-awaited renovation of Headquarters before our Centennial celebration. The goals of this project were to create a welcoming and inclusive space for all while preserving our 100 years of history. Continuing our education and conversation about Diversity and Inclusion (D&I), the League scheduled several speakers prior to the national protests against racial injustice. In the fall, members voted and approved to add a new Vice President position on the

EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS CHAIR Claire Catrino EDITOR Victoria Acuff ASSISTANT EDITOR Bonnie Hurst WRITER Sarah Bowlby WRITER Holly Schlein GRAPHIC DESIGNER Julio Garcia PRINTING Greg Nieberding, Digital 3 Printing PHOTOGRAPHY Gittings Portraiture, Aleshea Carriere, Kelsey George, Savannah Thode, Alex Yocum-Beeman


Board of Directors to remain focused on Diversity and Inclusion efforts. As we wrap up this year in the League and look forward to our Centennial year, we encourage each of you to take a moment to celebrate the great work the League and you have done to better the Dallas community. Thank you for all of your time, treasure and hard work given to our community; the League

JUNIOR LEAGUE OF DALLAS 8003 Inwood Road Dallas, TX 75209-3335 214-357-8822 www.jld.net

would not be where it is today without its incredible members.

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PRESIDENT Elizabeth Dacus • PRESIDENT-ELECT Christa Sanford • ADMINISTRATIVE VP Sara Rockey • COMMUNICATIONS VP Kristen Shear • COMMUNITY VP Carrie Hill • DEVELOPMENT VP Leigh Danley • FINANCE VP Kim Murphy • MEMBERSHIP VP Elizabeth Anderson • SECRETARY Terah Moxley • SIGNATURE PROJECTS VP Neda Bahramnejad • STRATEGY VP Heather Bennett • TRAINING VP Vanessa Fuquay • SUSTAINING ADVISOR Laura Johnson

COM M U N I T Y A DVI SO RY B OA R D Alfreda Norman Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Senior Vice President

Cece Cox Resource Center Chief Executive Officer

Gillea Allison D Magazine President

Amy Tharp Downtown Dallas, Inc. Chief Operations Officer

Charles Glover Meadows Foundation Senior Program Officer

Angela Farley Dallas Regional Chamber CFO/COO

Damion Pourciau Turner Construction Company Project Executive

Gillian Breidenbach The Dallas Morning News Vice President, Civic and Community Engagement

Angie Gaylord Dallas ISD Deputy Chief of Transformation and Innovation

Daron Babcock Bonton Farms Executive Director

Ashlee Kleinert Ruthie’s Rolling Café Founder Camille Grimes The Dallas Morning News Community Relations Manager



David M. Rosenberg Thompson & Knight LLP Partner Emily Ledet U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management Managing Director, Market Executive

Jarie Bradley Sound & Sable Founder Jennifer Sampson United Way of Metropolitan Dallas President & CEO John Spriggins South Dallas Cultural Center General Manager Joli Angel Robinson Dallas Police Department Manager of Community Engagement

Kristina Dove Nonprofit Consultant Liz Cedillo – Pereira City of Dallas Chief of Equity and Inclusion Mary Jalonik Civic Leader Melissa Corwin AT&T Vice President, HR, Diversity & Inclusion Michelle George Texas Capital Bank Vice President, Community Relations Manager Nicole Small Lyda Hill Philanthropies Chief Executive Officer Noelle LeVeaux Noelle LeVeaux Concepts Chief Executive Officer

Norman P. Bagwell Bank of Texas Chairman & CEO Oric Walker Atmos Energy Vice President of Public Affairs Patti Clapp Patti Clapp Consulting Manager Paula Strasser SMU Cox School of Business Director, Edwin L. Cox BBA Leadership Institute Regen Fearon Early Matters Dallas Chairman Roslyn Dawson Thompson Texas Women’s Foundation President & CEO

Ruben Esquivel UT Southwestern Medical CenterVice President for Community and Corporate Relations Ruth Farrar Sendero COO Sarah Cotton Nelson Communities Foundation of Texas Chief Philanthropy Officer Scott Flannery UnitedHealthcare CEO, North Texas and Oklahoma Stephanie Wilcox WFAA Director of Community Marketing Tracy Steiner Texas Instruments Vice President, Sales Communications & International Digital Marketing

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The Leadership Council implements the programs and policies of the Junior League of Dallas. These leaders and their committees govern their respective responsibilities within the policies set by the Board. AUCTION Katie German

HEADQUARTERS Elisabeth Zuerker









TECHNOLOGY Taylor Morrison


LUNCHEON CHAIR-ELECT Isabell Novakov Higginbotham

TRANSFER Heather Lorch


MEMBERSHIP Jennifer Eells

UNDERWRITING Wynne Cunningham



WOMEN LEAD Adrienne Santaularia

EDUCATION Emily Somerville-Cabrera

NEW MEMBER Debbe Velasquez

EXECUTIVE SPONSORS Bianca Hernandez (Communications/ Technology), Natalie Lesikar (Development), Renita Smith (Diversity/ Inclusion), Kimberly Dean (Membership/ Culture) and Rhonda Williams (League Impact)

NOMINATING Tracy Steiner






PLACEMENT Courtney Johnson PROVISIONAL Katherine Fayne






Celebrating our Sustainer of the Year

Diane Scovell Diane Scovell has been a dedicated Junior League of Dallas member for more than 40 years, serving in an abundance of roles including Ball Chair, Research & Development Chair, Project Chair, Endowment Committee, Sustaining Advisor and many others. She is known by her many JLD peers for mentoring and inspiring them to serve the community and for working with organizations that are meaningful to them. Diane has distinguished herself through her work on an array of community endeavors including co-chairing the Dallas Mayor’s Task Force on Race Relations. Her current civic initiatives include The Laura Bush Institute for Women, Texas Trees Foundation (which she founded), Crystal Charity Ball, Goodwill Industries of Dallas, The Senior Source, Children’s Medical Center Foundation, Friends of Fair Park, Dallas Summer Musicals, UT Southwestern Circle of Friends and the Scovell Scholarship Foundation.




Milestones Luncheon

For the first time in League history, we held our Milestones Luncheon virtually in late March 2021. Active Erin Pope and Sustainer Candace Winslow co-chaired the 10th anniversary of the annual event, which featured world champion gymnast Simone Biles as our special guest. We also recognized 2021 Sustainer of the Year Diane Scovell for her incredible work in the community and nearly 100 Milestone Members for serving as “true milestones” in the lives of other JLD members. The event raised more than $450,000 for the Junior League of Dallas.

Be sure to save the date for next year’s events. This will be a once-in-a-lifetime celebration week and you will not want to miss all the fun!

Milestones Luncheon – Thursday, April 21, 2022 Centennial Gala – Saturday, April 23, 2022 2020 / 2021




Junior League of Dallas:

A Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion W R I T T E N BY H O L LY S C H L E I N

The Junior League of Dallas has long been committed to promoting Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) initiatives inside and outside the League. Externally, JLD has a strong focus on diverse Community Placements and provides dedicated volunteers to our community partners. In return, JLD members are exposed to rich experiences and diverse groups of people. The League initiated the D&I Committee during the 2009 - 2010 year to define what diversity and inclusion means to the League and to set goals for reaching new members. “The primary goal of the D&I Committee was to make the League a welcoming and inclusive place for all women interested in voluntarism to bring their authentic selves,” said Sustainer Katy Spicer, who served as the first Diversity and Inclusion Chair. “While the New Member Committee at the time was focused externally on recruiting members that reflected the diversity of the Dallas community, D&I was focused internally on retaining those members through education, communication and internal

The virtual Summer Series hosted three events titled Listen, Learn, Now What?; History of Race in Dallas and White Fragility/So You Want to Talk About Race. Organizers say these initiatives are meant to reinforce the work


the D&I Committee has done since its inception: enhancing recruitment and


League and promoting inclusion at all levels. Our spring Diversity & Inclusion

retainment practices, adequately representing the diverse members of the


Summit with featured speaker Marshawn Evans Daniels - also virtual -

In 2020 - 2021, the League launched numerous strategic initiatives including

now available on the JLD YouTube channel!

expanding the Board of Directors to include a new Vice President focused on diversity and inclusion efforts. Other activities included a three-part Summer Series, member-focused groups on diversity, a D&I website full of resources and a renewed focus on D&I training for the League and its leadership. 8


covered “Finding Your Voice - Embracing Your Authenticity.” The program is

The new D&I Vice President position’s primary responsibilities include leading the D&I Committee and working in partnership with other committees such as Communications and Strategy. The 2021 - 2022 D&I Vice President is Theresa Hill.


CO MMU N I TY OUTR EACH The Community Outreach Committee responds to community needs




by awarding grants from the Community Assistance Fund (CAF) to help area nonprofit agencies address unforeseen disruptions to their operations. During the 2020 - 2021 JLD year the CAF approved eight applications that provided $33,600 to the community, with 100 percent of

Revenue • Net Fund Development Proceeds 896,876

requests related to COVID-19.

• Membership Dues and Fees

For the Fall Impact Project, JLD partnered with For Oak Cliff, a nonprofit

• Investment Appreciation

972,790 that provides initiatives in the South Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas.

(Realized and Unrealized)

The League produced a video of members highlighting their career


journeys, hosted a virtual career panel and donated $4,000 to the

• Contributions 264,813

organization for educational and technology supplies. The Winter Impact

• Investment income 126,496

Project supported Hope Supply Company with a diaper and wipe drive. JLD members collected 16,635 diapers and 399 packages of wipes, and donated an additional $2,500 worth of diapers and wipes.



G R A N TS F OR INNOVATIVE TEACHING (GFIT ) Grants for Innovative Teaching helps improve education in the Dallas

Expenses Program Services

Independent School District (Dallas ISD) by awarding grants up to $2,500

• Projects and Grants 991,773

to Dallas ISD teachers for unique programs outside school budgets. GFIT

• Direct Support for Projects

Committee members reviewed more than 80 grant applications this year

and Grants 376,722

and awarded 40 grants totaling $85,000. JLD members recognized the recipients in a virtual ceremony in fall 2020. Texas Instruments, the Agnes

Supporting Services

Cluthe Oliver Foundation, the Hillcrest Foundation and Bank of America

• Fundraising 705,741

N.A., Co-Trustee sponsored the 2020-2021 GFIT year.

• General and Administrative 498,759


• Affiliate dues 123,132

D R EA M) Founded by the League in 2013, the Women LEAD scholarship program was created to help female high school students pursue their dreams of higher education.The Ryan Foundation sponsored the 2020-2021 year



and the JLD awarded a total of $40,000 to the top 10 finalists.

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN (KITK ) In partnership with UnitedHealthcare (UHC) and local after-school programs, the League launched the KITK program, an Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. (AJLI) initiative, to empower youth to make healthy lifestyle choices and reverse the trend of childhood obesity. Funding for the 2020 - 2021 year totaled $70,000 (with $30,000 provided by UHC) and included 10 agencies at 43 sites, ultimately serving 740 students in grades K-5. To adapt to a virtual environment, KITK focused on offering programming that could be done at an agency or at home with minimal supplies and materials.

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Headquarters Renovation W R I T T E N BY S A R A H B O W L BY

The meeting room, which will comfortably seat 400, is outfitted with builtto-last carpeting, the signature JLD Headquarters warm wood trim and light-filtering roller shades. A wall of brass-handled storage closets at the back of the room will house new chairs and tables when not in use. Upgraded projectors will allow JLD to livestream meetings.

In July 2020, the Junior League of Dallas broke ground on a $2.1 million renovation of our Headquarters building. This project started with a need to preserve and honor our 100 years of service to the Dallas community by establishing an official Archive room to house and protect our history. As the project progressed, we realized that not only do we have a lot of history to preserve but our Headquarters needed to reflect the organization we are today. A 2018 request for proposal led JLD to hire design firm HOK and Dallasbased Michael Walker Construction for the project.” Sustainer and former President Julie Bagley, former President Brooke Bailey, current President Elizabeth Dacus and President-Elect Christa Sanford have all overseen the renovation. T H E TO UR The wide sloping ramps leading to the front doors are the first thing visitors notice at the renovated Headquarters building. The classic “L”-shaped door handles remain in place, showing the Board’s desire to preserve the character of the building and be financially responsible with the Building Endowment funds. Inside, a new ice-gray reception desk sits to the right of the entrance. Blackframed windowed offices stretch down the hall to the left. Across from the entry, the twin staircases now feature glossy black metal railing. Three halo light fixtures with teardrop LEDs stand out against the balcony and skylights, while the glazed brick floors remain as-is below. Seating areas with cozy armchairs flank the aisle leading to the large meeting room; signage celebrating JLD donors is on the right. 10


To the right of the meeting room are two glass-front phone rooms for taking calls in private. Beyond this lies a co-working lounge furnished with a banquette and seating area, plush couches and tables. This room is intended for small meetings, member workspace and social gatherings. Adjacent to the coworking lounge is a temperature and humidity-controlled archives room where 100 years of documents will be stored in a preservation-friendly space. The pantry sits to the left of the meeting room and includes ice and water dispensers, a refrigerator, deep cabinets for storage, two microwaves, two warming drawers and the existing pass-through window to the meeting room. Located behind the reception desk, the board room features a substantial conference table, bronze and glass shelves for display and a floor-to-ceiling navy velvet bench as a centerpiece. Blue-gray draperies, a paneled ceiling with LED lights and fresh carpet make the room feel light, bright and ready for business. The front offices kept their original footprint, but are updated with new carpeting and cabinets. All restrooms are now ADA-compliant. The first floor now includes a wellness room for member needs. The second floor houses new glass-walled offices and three sun-filled nooks where desks await those needing a quiet workspace. The quilts, which were used to raise money for the original 1984 Headquarters construction, will be mounted in acrylic and hung upstairs to honor those who made the original building possible. This renovation was the culmination of much planning and thought and would not have been completed without the efforts of Sustainer Lyda Hill and our Headquarters Endowment Committee. . The JLD staff and Board look forward to welcoming League members and visitors back to the facility soon.

Archive Room

Board Room Lyda Hill Auditorium

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Serving During the Pandemic W R I T T E N BY S A R A H B O W L BY

When Junior League of Dallas leaders made the difficult decision in spring

close. DHHRM used its JLD grant to implement virtual programs for visitors

2020 to close Headquarters and cancel in-person meetings, there was little

and train its volunteers remotely.

time to rest. To support our community and engage our members safely for the 2020 - 2021 year, the League had to pivot - and fast. The solution: offer

“DHHRM has been a leader in virtual programming, including interactive

virtual meetings and adapt safety measures for our Community Placements.

virtual field trips, attracting attention from around the world,” JLD

This year, all meetings and training were offered in a virtual-only format. The

Project Chair Sally Ann Rivera said about the Museum’s pivot to virtual

format allowed JLD members a way to attend meetings from home, and as

programming. Once the Museum opened at limited capacity, nine League

an added bonus, provided the opportunity to watch meetings “on demand”

members began volunteering as “visitor services” guides.

afterward. Rivera said the most meaningful experience came during the holidays. VO LUN T E E R I N G I N T HE AG E O F COVID “Our volunteers wanted to do something to support the Museum during the JLD members served in dozens of Community Placements this year,

holiday season in lieu of a virtual or socially-distanced gathering. We created

including the Dallas Arboretum, the Dallas Holocaust and Human

cards to include with Hanukkah baskets that the museum distributed to

Rights Museum (DHHRM), the Dallas Zoo, Equest and Juliette Fowler

Dallas-area Holocaust survivors.”

Communities. These programs offered a variety of options where appropriate safety precautions could be maintained. Volunteering in-person

The Dallas Zoo and its volunteer coordinators carefully planned the

was optional for each member, based on their personal comfort level.

reopening of its gates. JLD members typically help zookeepers prepare animal meals at the nutrition center and assist at special events like the

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden remains a longtime partner

holiday ZooLights.

of the JLD with more than 40 Active volunteers each year. Though the Arboretum remained closed to visitors when the JLD fiscal year began on

Project Chair Melissa Negron said, “because of COVID-19, the [zoo staff]

June 1, our volunteers worked with the Arboretum to develop administrative

had to convert their biggest event of the year, ZooLights, into a … drive-thru

projects that could be done at home until the Arboretum re-opened in June

experience. The event was such a hit for them with 32 sold-out nights!”

and League members could volunteer as docents in the garden. Eighteen League members volunteered at the Zoo this year. “Our efforts By the winter holidays, JLD members were back helping with the annual

were more important than ever given that the Zoo was short-staffed from

Holiday in the Arboretum celebration. Complying with safety measures,

layoffs due to the pandemic,” Negron said.

volunteers passed out goodies to visitors and manned the different stores “while Santa sat behind plexiglass,” said Project Chair Samantha Bhatt. “I feel very fortunate to have been a part of it, despite the non-traditional year we have had. While the Arboretum was absolutely affected [by the pandemic], it was still able to open and provide a much needed respite to those who have been feeling isolated.” The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum opened the doors to its new downtown Dallas space in fall 2019 and had been open less than six months when local COVID-19 restrictions forced all Dallas museums to 12




Since 1983, the League has joined with Equest to bring hope and healing through equine assisted activities and therapies. Classes meet outdoors and

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum Dallas Museum of Art Dallas Zoo Musical Therapy National Archives and Records Administration George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum The Dallas Arboretum

volunteers act as horse leaders or side walkers, assist with barn and office work or help with the Police Activity League program. Equest responded swiftly as soon as Dallas County permitted its facility to reopen. “I keep coming back because it is magical to see the impact and bond the horses have with the clients, and as a fellow horse lover, it brings me joy to see the love of horses shared,” said Project Chair Leah Shafer, now in her third year at Equest with JLD. Juliette Fowler Communities is in its fourth year of partnership with the League. In a typical year, JLD members plan monthly art projects, buy supplies and teach classes for the residents in memory care. Since COVID-19 restrictions prevented JLD volunteers from visiting the facility, volunteers Allison Gaughan and Lea LaFortune planned projects for the Juliette Fowler staff to lead. “When I talked to Laura on staff, she said ‘We don’t have the time or ability to come up with all these projects.’ We are giving back by still being able to provide something they would not otherwise get.” The Juliette Fowler volunteers gathered virtually in October for a showcase and happy hour to view the residents’ artwork. This spring, they created a collaborative outdoor art installation. Fowler residents decorated flowerpots and JLD volunteers planted flowers and painted an outdoor mural on campus. Like many, our Juliette Fowler volunteers are eager to return to normal. “The residents get so excited when we come. Even though they are in memory care they recognize us and know we are there to teach art.” Through the challenge of the pandemic, JLD members have shown resilience, creativity and compassion in fulfilling their roles both within the League and in the community.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas Friends of the Dallas Public Library Notre Dame School Perot Museum of Nature and Science Texas Discovery Gardens The Ashford Rise School of Dallas Baylor Scott & White Dallas Foundation Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas Juliette Fowler Communities Promise House Rays of Light Ronald McDonald House of Dallas St. Philip’s School and Community Center Cancer Support Community North Texas Children’s Health Equest Methodist Health System Foundation Parkland Health & Hospital System Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children The Senior Source Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Family Services Literacy Achieves Nexus Recovery Center North Dallas Shared Ministries North Texas Food Bank Community Partners of Dallas Dallas CASA Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support Our Friends Place The Family Place

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Juanita Craft represented the core

values of today’s Junior League

of Dallas

To celebrate the centennial of the Dallas Junior League, we will finish the restoration of her historic home. W R I T T E N BY E L I Z A B E T H DAC U S, S A R A H J AC K S O N , M A R G O G O O DW I N A N D A N D R E A C H E E K CO U R T E S Y O F DA L L A S M O R N I N G N E W S


allas is a city that was built by iconic men — and women.

Junior League member aspires to. We are inspired by Craft, whose life shows

For nearly a hundred years, the Junior League of Dallas has

us that one passionate woman can change the heart of a city.

fostered the development of female leaders for the growth of this community. As the Junior League approaches its 100-year

Since her death in 1985, the city of Dallas has owned and operated her

anniversary next year, we felt a strong conviction to use this milestone to

former home, a Craftsman-style bungalow in the Wheatley Place Historic

honor the women who played an integral role in shaping our magnificent city.

District in South Dallas, just a few blocks from Fair Park. In 2018, the city

After countless conversations during the last few years, we could think of no

attempted to turn this landmark into an educational museum, but efforts

better centennial project than to honor one iconic Texas and Dallas woman,

came to a halt when a sprinkler pipe burst in the attic and flooded the home.

Juanita J. Craft. The cost of the restoration is estimated at $1.4 million, which is being raised Craft was an inspiring figure on both the Dallas political and civic stages for

to fund renovations and for the development of curriculum for adults and

many years. Recognized as one of the most significant figures of the civil

students to learn more about Craft, tolerance, and civil rights history in

rights movement in Texas, Craft was the second Black woman to serve on

Dallas. To date, the city, in partnership with numerous civic and community

the Dallas City Council. She is credited with desegregating the State Fair of

organizations, has raised $750,000 for restoration efforts. The Junior League

Texas in 1967 — a truly remarkable feat at that time.

will cover all remaining costs to finish the restoration.

When luminaries passed through Dallas, her home served as a popular gathering spot for world leaders and civil rights activists, including U.S. Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Jimmy Carter, Martin Luther King Jr., musician Duke Ellington, Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and first lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Craft was a remarkable, strong, self-trained visionary who dedicated herself to others and volunteered tirelessly to make Dallas an inclusive city. These personal traits and her resulting legacy are aligned in so many ways to the Junior League’s mission of developing the potential of women, improving the community and supporting a commitment to the values of diversity and inclusion. Craft exemplifies the type of transformational leadership each



In 2016, the Junior League Centennial Committee began scouting for a special project to mark this milestone and inspire all Dallasites for generations. Our leaders sought a project that would have a lasting, positive impact on our city; serve all in our community; align with the Junior League’s mission; and improve Dallas for the next century. Active research started in 2018, and after visiting numerous potential projects and conducting countless interviews over a twoyear period, the centennial committee unanimously chose the restoration of the Juanita J. Craft House and Museum. The Junior League’s two-pronged centennial gift will cover both remaining restoration costs and new educational programming for adults, develop public school curriculum, and establish ongoing partnerships with the African American Museum, Fair Park and the Friends of Juanita Craft. Because the

project is in the planning phase, we will continue to monitor construction estimates and curriculum expenses to determine the final donation amount. The project will be completed in March 2022. In addition, we are working closely with the city to secure the home’s designation as a historical landmark on the Civil Rights Trail, which would be the first in the state of Texas. As we approach our centennial anniversary, the Junior League of Dallas is honored and excited to celebrate Juanita Craft. She exemplifies our centennial theme: “the Junior League of Dallas, Legacy of Leadership, Devotion to Dallas for 100 years.” Elizabeth Dacus is president of the Junior League of Dallas. Sarah Jackson is centennial project chair of the Junior League of Dallas. Juanita Craft at a NAACP convention two months before her death in August 1985 (David Woo / Staff photographer)

Margo Goodwin is centennial co-chair of the Junior League of Dallas. Andrea Cheek is centennial co-chair of the Junior League of Dallas.

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JUNIOR LEAGUE OF DALLAS DONORS DIAMOND SPONSOR ($75,000 AND UP) Lyda Hill Hoblitzelle Foundation Sewell Automotive Companies SAPPHIRE SPONSOR ($50,000 - $74,999) Kohl Foundation Texas Instruments Incorporated CRYSTAL SPONSOR ($25,000 - $49,999) Hillcrest Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Co-Trustee Nancy Ann and Ray L. Hunt Ryan Foundation Scovell Family Foundation Dee Collins Torbert UnitedHealthcare EMERALD SPONSOR ($15,000 - $24,999) Baylor Scott & White Health Children’s Health Gittings Portraiture McShan Florist Origin Bank PLATINUM SPONSOR ($10,000 - $14,999) Baker Botts LLP Bank of Texas Brynn Bagot PR Modern Luxury Dallas The New Covenant Foundation Kate & Keith Newman Agnes Cluthe Oliver Foundation Park Place Dealerships SILVER SPONSOR ($5,000 - $9,999) Theodore & Beulah Beasley Foundation A.L. Chilton Foundation Community Partners of Dallas Elizabeth F. Dacus Reesa & John Dacus Friends of Erin Pope Margo & Bill Goodwin Luther King Capital Management Elisabeth Ashlee Kleinert & Christopher W. Kleinert Fund Mrs. Julia McNabb Methodist Dallas Medical Center Mike A. Myers Pam & Vin Perella Margot Perot Rethink Results/LaurieGrace Bouldin Bettye Slaven Texas Health Resources BRONZE SPONSOR ($2,500 - $4,999) Julie & Scott Bagley Sharon Blake Bromberg

Cook Diamonds Wynne & Chris Cunningham Susan Dacus Leigh & Brian Danley Digital 3 Louise Spence Griffeth J.M. Haggar Family Foundation Carrie & Ted Hill Sharon Jett Laura & David Johnson Johnson & Johnson Kramer Portraits Betty & John Martin Methodist Health System Foundation Tammy Middleton Kim Murphy Julie Palmer PlainsCapital Bank Erin Pope Caren Prothro Debbie & Ric Scripps Jennifer & Andy Scripps Southwestern Medical Foundation Candace & John Winslow COPPER SPONSOR ($1,000 -$2,499) Ashley Allen Tandra & Michael Allen Peggy Allison Brooke & Michael Bailey Emy Lou Baldridge Jan Baldwin Heather Bennett Margaret Black Robyn & Don Conlon Dallas ISD Friends of Diane Scovell Alli Eagan Matrice Ellis-Kirk Gleeson Family Fund Godat Plastic Surgery Anna Gorman Sally Hanna Norma Hunt Susan Jenevein JLD Sustainers Carla & David Joiner LafargeHolcim Sarah Losinger Mara’s Medspa Gwyn Mason Lynn McBee Heather & Bill McNamara Jodi McShan Donna Mitchell Mary Montgomery/Janet Smith Dian Moore Meredith Mosley MosquitoNix Terah Moxley/Kristen Shear Christina & Tim Norris Julie Palmer Nancy Perot Katy & Andrew Ratley Christa Sanford Southwest Gallery Blanche Mary Taxis Foundation Tolleson Wealth Management Debbie Velasquez Vestals Marilyn H. Weber $999 AND UNDER Caryl Aberle

Miriam Ackels-Claerhout Melanie Acker Amanda Adams Cappie Addison Kendra Aichele Christine Ailey-Alex Freddie Alexander Jennifer Alexander Anna Lee Alford Bonner Allen Amazon Smile Sandy Ammons Elizabeth Anderson Taylor Anderson AT&T Yessica Atzerounian Any Avila Dana Ayres Neda Bahramnejad Brenda Bailey Latman Jalene Barlow Yasmin Barnes Jan Batson Emily Bell-Wootten Mary Benavides Daisy Berexa Lilly Berkley Lisa Bhattacharya Brandi Billings-Wilkerson Nicole Binkley Gabriella Black Georgia Sue Black Luixandra Blackstone Drusilla Blakey Rebecca Blanton Kimberly Blanton-Day Boeing Heather Bonfield Cordelia Boone Debbie Boon Joanna Borba Len Bourland Kristy Bowen Debbie Branson Summer Breen Jana Brittingham Catherine Brown Hillary Brown Veree Brown Karen Bruno Jenna Buckley Rachel Buddrus Brittany Bunch Jillian Bunn Pam Busbee Mary Agnes Cain Eleanor Callan Shannon Callewart Abby Callison Cathy Camalier Ashley Campbell Kelsey Cameron Judy Cannon Joseph Cantu Peggy Carr Christie Carter Gracie Cartwright Veronica Cartwright Annabelle Catterall Elizabeth Cates Charlotte Caudill CBRE Aveline Chan Tara Chiapelli Julie Church Natalie Clark Allison Cochran

Anne Coke Amanda Coles Clavert Collins-Bratton Lauren Combest Kelli Cook Madeline Cook Melissa Cooksey Grace Copeland Carolyn Croley Elizabeth Cross Barbara Crow Elizabeth Crow Dallas Foundation Chloe Dankworth Lindsay Davis Paula Davis Whitney Davis Roslyn Dawson Thompson Jolie Delcambre Marlo Dell’Aquila Trista Demby Rachel Denn Breanna Dharod Gay Donnell Willis Sehretta Doyle Dr Pepper/Kuerig Delaney Duclow Sally Dutter Michele Early Ashley Ebeck Sybil Edwards Jennifer Eells Nancy Dean Egan Bess Enloe Junior Esquivel Rueben Esquivel Sandra Estess Christina Eubanks Anesha Fairley Katherine Fayne Lawren Finley Catherine Flanagan Laurie Fleet Leigh Foose Veletta Forsythe-Lill Eloise Foster Sara Fredericks Kay Fulton Vanessa Fuquay Susan Fusch Ann Gabel Nancy Gabel Susan Gabriel Kyle Galbraith Kathleen Gallagher Elizabeth Gambrell Laura Gazette Courtney Gear Lauren Gentile Katie German Lauren Gilbert Rachael Gloger Leslie Golden Goldman, Sachs & Co. Becky Gomez Amanda Gonzales Julia Grace Mallori Grambeau Dawn Gray Deirdre Grecco Erica Greene Aimee Grimshaw Jennifer Grinke Christine Grinste Olivia Grissom Thomas Griswold Kelsey Guess

Rosann Gutman Alicia Hall Catherine Hall Allison Hallagan Julie Halley-Wallace Elizabeth Hammer Shannon Hanberry Jo Harbaugh Stephanie Hardeman Caroline Hardin Sarah Hardin Christian Harris Leslie Harrison Leigh Anne Haugh Haley Hauglum Katherine Haverkamp Christina Hayden Ann Heard-Sakhaee Nikki Hearon Libby Heath Callie Heerwagen Mary Henrich Rue Henry Bianca Hernandez Beveryly Herrscher Katie Hill Theresa Hill Loan Ho Emily Hoad Sally Hodge Dee Ann Holder Helen Holman Home Depot Kathryn Hoppe Mary Hopson Gretchen Hosea LaNasha Houze Anne Howard Demetria Howard Emily Hsieh Jane Hughes Kaitlyn Hunt Margaret Hunt Megan Inman Margaret Jackson Quinn Jacobs Tasha James Amira Jibrine JLD Provisional Committee Courtney Johnson Jode Johnson Morgan Johnson Yaping Johnson Carla Joiner Angela Jones Melissa Jones Carole Jordan Janey Jordan Ann Frances Jury Beatrice Kalish Jeanne Katz Carolyn Kelfer Ashton Keller Carol Kelley Kristina Kelley Sally Kelley Skye Kennedy Deanie Keplar Frances Key Alicia King Elizabeth Kirby Jennifer Kirksey Jamie Klepfer Jessica Krehel Sara Kremin Katherine Kutilek Megan LaDriere

Jane R. Lancaster Dianne LaRoe Heather LeClair Natalie Lee Tracy Lee Nicole Lemieux Natalie Lesikar Heidi Levan Lauren Lewey Courtney Lewis Jessica Lightfoot Lucy Liu Beth Lloyd Angela Loggenberg Sheila Long Heather Lorch Adrian Lovett Monica Luna Mary MacRae Gail Madden Lauren Maggard Wilma Malhiot Francie Mancillas Meredith Manning Lila Marshall Sara Martineau Leslie Martinelli Libba Massey Maverick Capital Foundation Cassidy McAloon Cathryn McClellan Kelly Katherine McClendon Jourdan McClish Elsabeth McHugh Joan McIlyar Montana McKay Charlotte McKenzie Ann McKinley Meredith McLean Sally McPherson Catherine McQueen Susan McSherry Patricia Meadows Wendy Messmann Alexandria Miller Suzanne Miller Camille Moore Amber Morgan Cathy Morgan Katelyn Morris Taylor Morrison Chrissy Morrow Jennifer & Jon Mosle Sameera Murad Nancy Murchison Elizabeth Murphey Megan Musar Christa Newman Lauren Nipper Isabell Novakov Higginbotham Lydia Novakov Cynthia Nowak Ann O’Boyle Becky Odlozil Connie O’Neill Orix Foundation Parkland Foundation Marisa Partin Barbara Paschall Kathleen Pedersen Karen Pedraza Lane Pender Pepsico Foundation Nikki Perez Shivangi Perkins Meredyth Petree Katherine Pfeifle

Emily Phillips Frances Phillips Sarah E. Philips Kimberly Pierson Taylor Pike Terri Plauche Elizabeth Post Abigail Powell Katherine Pressler Jazmine Price Megan Price PriceWaterhouseCoopers Michelle Prudhomme-Coleman Eleanor Putnam Kim Quinn Janet Quisenberry Monica Rachel Lauren Raeder Lutetia Raley Alyson Ray Julie Reed Betty Regard Margot Reid Deepika Ramesh Katy Ratley Hanna Rhea Jeff Rice Nancy Riddle Sally Ann Rivera Katie Robbins Heather Roberts Jazsi Robinson Kortni Robinson Sara Rockey Nicole Rodriguez Courtney Rogers Donza Rogers Andrea Romeros Taylor Rosenbleeth Caitlyn Royal Eileen Russell Kim Quinn Cristina Salas Ginger Sager Gigi Salley Kimberly Sawyer Quiana Sawyer Patricia Schiff Kristine Schwope Michelle Scotter Angela Seaman Sandra Secor Sydney Shafer Kara Shannon Janet Shaw Elizabeth Shay Karen Shuford Sarah Silaski Georgia Simmons Chari Singleton Alice Skinner Lauren Slade Demetria Smith Dhyana Smith Jane Smith Kaitlin Smith Keisha Smith Shelby Smith Emily Somerville-Cabrera Julie Song Jenna Souza Marilyn Spencer Brianna Spiller Maria Stafford Joan Stansbury Lindsay Stengle Eliza Stevens

Robin Stricklin Megan Strnadel Venise & Lawrence Stuart Deborah Ethridge Sutton Alexis Swanzy Natalie Swartz Anita Tarar Madeleine Taylor Shelby Taylor Byrd Teague Judy & John Temple Ellen Terry The Family Place Nancy Theriot Staci Thetford Celia Thomas Virginia Tigue Vanessa Thull Tom Thumb Sarah Thursby Jennifer C. Tobin Victoria Todd Spencer Tomeny Cindy Tonnessen Kelly Tornow Clarisa Torres Toyota Deborah Ann Trimble Jo Tuck Cathie Tucker Patty Jo Turner Katie Voss Jourdy Wallace Joan Walne Nikki Webb Wanda & Gary L. Webb Family Fund Andrea Weber Jennifer Wegman Allison Weil Dorothy Weil Lindsey Weldon Jennifer Wells Mary Whiteside Lee Aimee Wilder Rhonda Williams Roberta Williamson Miranda Wilson Virginia Woods Jan M. Worrall Sarah Jane Worrell-Bowdoin Kimberly Yamanouchi Lauren Yamaoka Hailey Yudell Amber Zable Laura Zamora Adine Zornow Susan Zuniga TRAINING & SUPPORT Linda Altick Catherine Bass Doris Bass Jamilee Bates Susan Bell Debbie Boon Roxanne Bredy Summer Breen Sharon Bromberg Tracy Burgess Alexis Cadaret Stephanie Chapa Rachel Chewakin Amy “Mimi” Campbell Cole Deborah Cassen Christina Clark

Peggy Dear Sybil Edwards Catherine Finn Louise Griffeth Allison Griffin Sally Hanna Susan Hawkins Kaki Hayden Bettina Hennessy Carol Huckin Marian “Mimi” Huey Sharon Jett Marietta Johnson Kevin Kirksey Leslie Krakow Lisa Marie Lange Deborah Lockwood Sydnie Long Cathryn McClellan Kelly Caroline McClelland Angela Metzger Iru Morrison Shellie Munn Kelly Near Cynthia Nowak Sue Padgett Kimberly Pierson Gigi Poglitsch Pat Porter Glenda Power Mary Stewart Ramsey Nancy Riddle Kristine Schwope Tracy Steiner Lara Tafel Texas Instruments Foundation Beth Thoele Lisa Tichenor Cindy Turner Taryn Vitale Margaret Ann Wendell Leslie White DUES ROUND UP Lynn Abbott Deborah Adams Suzanne Addison Gayle Agnew Michelle Alden Kay Anderson Cynthia Anthony Janie Babcock Brenda Bailey Latman Susan Baldwin Janice Barger Kay Barry Ginger Bear Jean Beasley Mica Beckman Megan Bedera Emily Bell-Wootten Mary Benavides Peggy Bennett Jessica Berend Daisy Berexa Brandi Billings-Wilkerson Martha-Allison Blewer Cordelia Boone Tillie Borchers Ashley Brazell Kathryn Britain Ann Brown Carrie Burton Linda Cadigan Ashley Campbell Patricia Carlton Peggy Carr

Leslie Carroll Veronica Cartwright Becky Casey Jeanne Marie Clossey Elle Congelliere Penny Cook Catherine Cooper Matthews Kristin Cordiak Krystle Craycraft Anne Crews Lewise Crockett Barbara Crow Katherine Crow Wynne Cunningham Roslyn Dawson Thompson Sandra DeLaCruz Elizabeth Disch Sybil Edwards Jennifer Eells Alli Eldridge Junior Esquivel Katherine Fayne Leigh Foose Veletta Forsythe-Lill Suzanne Gaberino Kyle Galbraith Margaret Gall Kathleen Gibson Tia Gibson Julia Grace Louise Griffeth Rosann Gutman Maliska Haba Lee Haggar Alicia Hall Shannon Hanberry Sally Hanna Elisabeth Harden Nancy Harlin Kari Harris Amy Hatfield Callie Heerwagen Dancia Herschberger Carrie Hill Suzette Hinds Kristianne Hinkamp Regen Horchow Cathy Humphreys Pat Hurst Anna Hwang Erin Jensen Sharon Jett Cecilia “Cele” Johnsen Anita Johnson Melinda Johnson Jacquelyn Jones Carole Jordan Ann Frances Jury Jayme Keithley Kristina Kelley Sally Kelley Deanie Kepler Paige Kerley Laura Ann Kidd Jennifer Kirksey Jordan Kragen Megan LaDriere Bettina Lang Molly Laughter Val Lawlor Connie Lee Kerriann LeGrassa Celeste Lewis Lisa Longino Heather Lorch Tricia Macaluso Betty Martin

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Carol Mason Shuler Matthews Alissa Maxvill Lyndsay McIntosh Meredith McLean Lillian McLeod Heather McNamara Jodi McShan Maureen Milligan Jennifer Mills Elizabeth Miracle Patti Mitchell Mary Moore Terah Moxley Jane Mrasek Betsy Nelson Betty Nelson Carolyn Newham Stuart Newsome Carrie Nicoud Christina & Tim Norris Stephanie Northrup Isabell Novakov Higginbotham Ann O’Boyle Marisa Partin Cheryl Payne Bailey Pham Nicole Rodriguez Melissa Powell Debbie Price Michelle Prudhomme-Coleman Monica Rachel Jennifer Rackley Katherine Rader Deepika Ramesh Katy Ratley Jeff Rice Nancy Riddle Katie Robbins Nicole Rodriguez Ginger Sager Jane Sandlin Nancy Sawicki Kristian Scales Harriet Scott Michelle Scotter Elizabeth L. Selzer Jane Rita Serwan Jessica Shaw Kristen Shear Bonnie Shelby Cody Simpson Catherine Sisk Karen Smith Marilyn Smith Emily Sommerville-Cabrera Beth Staples Shelly Steele Emily Straten Whitney Strauss Holly Sudbury Kathy Szywala Stephanie Tan Byrd Teague Staci Thetford Cathie Tucker Christie Varner Jennifer Vaughn Stacey Walker Jennifer Walkingstick Evy Kay Washburne Katherine Weeks Jennifer Wegman Joan Weinand Brittny Williams Dixie Ann Wilson Melissa Wilson



Melinda Winn Janay Winston Paige Woods Christi Young Elisabeth Zuerker HEADQUARTERS ENDOWMENT Miriam Ackels-Claerhout Margaret Acton Doris Bass Sharon Bromberg Clare Chaney Stephanie Chapa Peggy Dear Sybil Edwards Margot Gill Louise Griffeth Ann Hathoot Caroline Hayward Ann Heard-Sakhaee Mary Henrich Kevin Kirksey Mona Munson Nancy Riddle Sara Sheehan Kaethe Weaver Kay Weeks COMMEMORATIVE GIVING In Honor of Wynne McNabb Cunningham by Chelsea Moffett In Memory of Tierney Kaufman Hutchins by Christine Leatherberry by Stephanie Culpepper In Memory of Paula Mosle by Margo Goodwin In Honor of Jennifer Kirksey by Kevin Kirksey In Memory of Harriet Autrey by Jennifer Jorns by Mary Kardell In Honor of Ellyce Lindberg by Annelise DeFrank In Honor of Lindsay Davis by Leslie Holt In Honor of Gwyneith Black by Lauren Black In Honor of Elizabeth Dacus by Jennifer Scripps by Sarah Woodall In Honor of Kim Murphy by Donna Hodgman In Honor of Sara Kremin by Amy Novikoff

In Memory of Lila Cabbil by Abena Cabbil In Honor of Nicole Bender by Scott Pielsticker In Honor of Lydia Novakov by Debby Robinson In Honor of Diane Scovell, Sustainer of the Year Betsy Gantt Louise Spence Griffeth Katherine Jackson Carmen McMillan Nancy Murchison Deborah Ethridge Sutton Marilyn H. Weber Linda Westerburg NORTH TEXAS GIVING DAY Michelle Alden Margot Aliffi Tandra and Michael Allen Elizabeth Anderson Taylor Anderson Stephanie M Andrews Anonymous Neda Bahramnejad Catherine Baker Amy Ballanfant Camelia Barkley Jalene Barlow Jenna Baxter Ben E. Keith Company Heather Bennett Jessica Berend Erika Bevers Samantha Bhatt Kimberly Blanton-Day Jessica Boghetich Tillie Borchers Amanda Bossow Tinille Bradford Ashley Branecky Brasher Family Nicole Brewer Stephanie Broad Olivia Bryde Jenna Buckley Gina Hebner Burau Thomas Burger Sarah Burns Meredith Bussell Stephanie Butler Callie Butterworth Lauren Callaway Tori Campbell Anna Grace Carey Megan Carfa Dawn Carr Clare Chaney Andrea Cheek Natalie Clark Joanna Clarke Nicole Collins Lauren Combest Communities Foundation of Texas Elle Congelliere Julie Cook Krystle Craycraft

Elizabeth Crow Elizabeth Cruz Lauren Culp Wynne McNabb Cunningham Elizabeth F. Dacus Kate Daniels Leigh Danley Lindsay Davis Stephanie Dolan Jana and Bob Dransfield Kim Dresdner Courtney Edwards Margo Edwards Jennifer Eells Katherine (Trini) Elam Alli & Dustin Eldridge Sarah Elliott Serenity Ellis Tommie Ethington George Etier Jennifer Evans Katherine Fayne Emily Felvey Shannon Fisher Rachel Frank Awa Aida and Brian Fromknecht Vanessa Fuquay Hannah Galvan Elisa Garcia Brittany Garrett Sarah Garrity Sureka Gattu Emma Gaul Laura Gazette Katie German Alex Gibbs Madeleine Giese Sam and Melissa Gioldasis Giovanna Giordano Sharon Gleeson Kelly Goodner Margo Ehni Goodwin Anna Gorman Brandi Goswick Scott & Dawn Marie Gray Alicia Hall Katelyn Hall Allie Hallagan Kris and Shannon Hanberry Kari Harris Cynthia Hayes Callie Heerwagen Karla B. Hernandez Mallory Herrin Katherine E. Herrod Jennifer Hill Justine Hill Faust Higgins Amy Himelfarb Hollee HIrzel Allison & Bobby Holaday Lexington Holt Mary Louise Hopson Julia Hosch Lorie Hougland Demetria Howard-Watkins Skyler Howton Huckin Family Foundation Chelsea Hudson Megan Inman Dr. Lauren Ives Molly Irvin Kylonnie Jackson Tasha James George & Robin Jebrine Kristel Richards Jech Amira Jibrine

Nicole Jibrine Paula Jibrine Ashleigh Johnson Courtney Stansbury Johnson Laura K. Johnson Carla Joiner Taylor M Jones Amanda Kalescky Chandni Karia Keliher Family Foundation Ashton Keller Jaime Kelley Jocelyne Kelly Mary Ellen Kendall Kendall Kerr Frances Key Courtney Kieffer Caitlin King Jennifer Kirksey Ashlee & Chris Kleinert Mandi Koch Katherine Kutilek Megan LaDriere Brenda Latman Chelsea Lee C. Leo Katie Leon Brandi Lester Merrie Maverick Lezar Crystal Lightbody Angela (Walker) Loggenberg Whitney & Andy Long Heather L. Lorch Kendra Madison Meredith Manning Lara Bubalo Manor & Doug Manor Lila & Schuyler Marshall Stacy Marshall Melissa Martin Audrey Maxwell Cassidy McAloon Jordan McCarroll Kate McCoy Paige McDaniel Lyndsay McIntosh Molly McLendon Claire McLeod Heather & Bill McNamara Jodi McShan Dulari Mehta Allison and Corbin Methvin Jennifer Mills Adelaide Moore Heather Moore Terah Moxley Kim Murphy Mallory Myrick Byron Nelson Lisa Nelson Morgan Nester Carolyn & Denton Newham Fund Kate & Keith Newman Scott & Katy Nimmons Julie & Michael Nunez Ugonna Nwankwo Jamie Oberg Maddie O’Callaghan Jessica Opland Ellen E Parr Marisa Giambalvo Partin Abigail Pautz Courtney Peeler Lauren Perella Vanessa Peterson Meredyth Petree

Erin Pope Penny N. Popps PPR Jessica Presnall Michelle Prudhomme-Coleman Jennifer Rackley Laura Rathjen Katy Ratley Emma & Nolan Rauzi Amy Schisler Rayburn Katherine Perot Reeves Christy Riddle Pamela Riddle Steve & Danee Riordan Sally Ann Rivera Molly Robben Sara Rockey Nicole Rodriguez Jessica Rood Emily Romph Aja Rose Tess Ross Ellen Royal Ashley & Matthew Rubin Callie Rutherford Tameka Sadler Cristina Salas Adrienne and Joe Santaularia Lynn Sawyer Quiana Sawyer Allyson, Nathan & Nicole Schmitt Lauren Stotler Searway Reanae Seth Kristin Shear Erica Sherman Cody Simpson Mariana Skinner Linda D Slaughter Monica Egert Smith Nicky Smith Kristin Kent Spanos Makynzie Stevens Karlene Stewart Natasha Stracener Stacey Stringfellow Allison Barnard Sutcliffe Kirsten Swanson Stephanie Tan Paige Terry Whitney Thomas Kirsten Thompson Tina Victoria Todd Cindy Tonnessen Anglea Tonrey Jessica Tonrey Mary Ann Tonrey Hayley Tubb Christy Tucker Julia Tucker-Huth Aza & Ross Tuminello Kayla Umberger Jennifer Vaughn Kylie Wade Michelle Walker Jennifer Walkingstick Jentry Wallace Samantha Wallace Jacqueline Wasem Jennifer Wegman Jennifer Welden Lindsey Weldon Jourdan Whatley (Neustadt) Elizabeth Whited Melissa Wickham Mr. & Mrs. Gregory D Wilkerson II

Carley Wilkie Donza Rogers Williams Malcolm & Michelle Williams Candace Winslow Jasmine Wynton Lauren and Tom Yamaoka Jordan Wondrack Zaidi Laura Zamora Allison Zashin Elisabeth Zuerker MILESTONE MEMBER IN HONOR OF 1990-1991 Executive Committee By Karen Shuford 1993-1994 Executive Committee By Sandy Ammons By Connie O’Neill By Linda Secrest 1993-1994 Executive Committee and Board By Lydia Novakov 1995-1996 Executive Committee By Suzy Rhodes 1999-2000 Board and Leadership Council By Helen Holman 2013-2014 JLD Board By Erin Pope 2013-2014 T. Boone Pickens Leadership Institute Class By Bianca Hernandez 2016-2017 JLD Board By Bonner Allen 2020-2021 Community Leadership Team By Carrie Hill 2020-2021 Full Strategy Team, Including D&I and R&P By Heather Bennett 2020 – 2021 Leadership Council and Elizabeth Dacus By Sustainer Leadership Council Michelle Alden By Megan Clontz All Past Luncheon Chairs By Erin Pope Ashley Allen By Nancy Gopez Bonner Allen By Emily Somerville-Cabrera By Natalie Lesikar Tandra Allen By Emily Hoad Sandy Edwards Ammons By Peggy Meyer By Sustainer Leadership Council By Kimberly Yamanouchi Elizabeth Anderson By The Membership Mavens (Joan, Kristi, Heather, Valencia, Courtney, Debbe, & Jennifer) Brooke Bailey By Tandra Allen By Elizabeth Dacus Jan Baldwin By Ellen Bryant By Candace Winslow Jill C. Bee By Paige McDaniel Christie Carter By Kate Newman By Candace Winslow Christie Carter and the 2005 – 2006 Board By Angie Kadesky Barbara Weddington Cervin

By Margaret Cervin Andrea Cheek By 2020 – 2021 Centennial Committee Joanna Clarke By Paige McDaniel Betsy Cullum By Candace Winslow Linda Custard By Linda McFarland By Connie O’Neill Elizabeth Dacus By Amy Agnew By Elizabeth Cates By Melissa Cooksey By Susan Dacus By Jourdan McClish By Heather McNamara By Erin Pope By Sustainer Leadership Council By Jennifer Tobin Lynn Gilliland Dauterman By Erin Pope Kimberly Dean By Heather Lorch Alli Eagan By Tandra Allen Christina Eubanks By Sarah Jackson Linda Evans By Connie O’Neill Patti Flowers By Sustainer Leadership Council Rea Foster By Susanna Foote Carrillo Elizabeth Gambrell By Paige McDaniel Margo Goodwin By Andrea Cheek By Connie O’Neill By Suzy Rhodes By Jill Smith By Sustainer Leadership Council Nancy Gopez By Ellen Bryant By Jennifer Dix By Debbie Scripps Julie Halley-Wallace By Diane Drake By Profitmakers By Venise Stuart Kimber Hartmann By Angie Kadesky Leigh Anne Haugh By Katie Robbins Rue Henry By Heather McNamara Isabell Novakov Higginbotham By Kim Quinn Carrie Hill By Lindsay Davis Lyda Hill By Becky Bright By Angie Kadesky By Sustainer Leadership Council Kristianne Hinkamp By Brandi Billings-Wilkerson Helen Holman By Kate Newman By Beth Thoele By Candace Winslow Sarah Jackson By Tracey Nash-Huntley By Staceye Randle Kristel Richards Jech By Carrie Hill JLD Staff

By Sustainer Leadership Council Laura K. Johnson By Elizabeth Dacus Matrice Ellis Kirk By Tracey Nash-Huntley Jennifer Kirksey By Kevin Kirksey Tiffany Lawson By Joanna Clarke Lynn McBee By Nancy Gopez By Angie Kadesky By Paige McDaniel Paige McDaniel By Joanna Clarke By Candace Winslow Linda McFarland By Nancy Bierman Heather McNamara By Jourdan McClish Jodi McShan By Marisa Partin Dian Moore By Deanie Kepler Meredith Mosley By Andrea Cheek By Elizabeth Dacus Kate Newman By Tandra Allen Christina Norris By Nancy Gopez Lydia Novakov By Sandy Ammons By Paula Davis By Sustainer Leadership Council By Deborah Sutton Connie O’Neill By Karen Shuford By Candace Winslow Debbie Oates By Christie Carter By Angie Kadesky By Candace Winslow Marisa Partin By Jodi McShan Past Sustainer Luncheon Chairs & Presidents By Sustainer Leadership Council Pam Perella By Kate Newman Erin Pope By Donna Mitchell By Shawn Mitchell By Lynn Gilliland Dauterman Elizabeth Post By Elizabeth Dacus Profitmakers of Dallas Members By Julie Halley-Wallace Caren Prothro By Connie O’Neill Staceye Randall By Christina Eubanks Heather Roberts By Elizabeth Dacus By Erin Pope Debby Robinson By Beth Thoele Christa Brown Sanford By Tracey Nash-Huntley By Vanessa Fuquay Diane Scovell By Nancy Bierman By Dallas Summer Musicals, Deborah Ann Trimble By Rusty Duvall By Margo Goodwin By Lisa Laughlin

By Suzee Oliphint By Suzy Rhodes By Sustainer Leadership Council By The Dallas Alumnae Chapter of Delta Delta Delta By Beth Thoele By Marilyn H. Weber Debbie Scripps By Diane Frank By Beth Thoele Karen Shuford By Connie O’Neill Ann S. Smith By Shelly Steele Sustainer Leadership Council Including Sustainer Interest Group Chairs By Nancy Gopez Deborah Sutton By Candace Winslow Jennifer Tobin By Elizabeth Dacus Cindy Tonnessen By Elizabeth Dacus Lucy Hunter Washburne By Lorie Hougland Diane Wilcox By Dana Ayres Candace Winslow By Christie Carter By Jennifer Dix By Jenny King By Paige McDaniel By Erin Pope By Linda Secrest By Venise Stuart By Sustainer Leadership Council By Kim Quinn IN MEMORY OF Mary-Elizabeth Carrell By Ellen Bryant Elizabeth Keating By Sharon Jett Maryann Mihalopoulos By 1997-1998 Executive Committee Mary Williams Richardson By Diane Fullingim Dawna Richter By Lynn Gilliland Dauterman By Sharon Jett By Lauren Maggard

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