FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jennifer Kelsay, President
The Junior League of Hampton Roads
757.873.0821 / firstname.lastname@example.org/www.jlhr.org
THE JUNIOR LEAGUE OF HAMPTON ROADS, INC. ANNOUNCES COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD FOR 2008-2009
NEWPORT NEWS, VA -September 25, 2008-The Junior League of Hampton Roads, Inc. (www.jlhr.org) a non-profit organization of women and member of Association of Junior Leagues International (www.ajli.org) announces the Community Advisory Board 2008-2009 League year.
The Community Advisory Board advises the Board of Directors of the JLHR on its activities. It acts as a liaison between the community and the League, thereby helping to increase the impact and effectiveness of the League in the community. The following are the 2008-2009 JLHR Community Advisory Board members:
Karen Ann Benson~ Community Relations Manager, Cox Communications Hampton Roads
Betsie Clary~ Principal, South Morrison Elementary
Sandy Donaldson~ Community Relations Coordinator, Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.
Jane Susan Frank~ Real Estate Agent, Virginia Commonwealth Realty
Lucy Ann Hancock~ Principal, Warwick Early Childhood Center
Michelle Woods Jones~ President, Cobb and Henry Publishers
Jill Keech~ Endowment and Planned Giving Director, Downtown Hampton Child Development Center
Carolyn Cuthrell~ Director of Development, Virginia Living Museum
Dr. Lisa Spiller~ Professor of Marketing, Joseph W. Luter, III School of Business at Christopher Newport University
Jennifer Coyne~ Vice President of Business Services, Bay Port Credit Union
Heather Livingston~ Chief Executive Officer, Hampton Roads Chapter of the American Red Cross
Rob Boeving~ Promotions and Events Manager, PFAC
Leslie Bryant~ Director of Association Advancement, Peninsula YMCA
Ronie Matthews~ Senior Vice-President for Community and Organizational Development, Riverside Health Systems
About the current Community Advisory Board JLHR President, Jennifer Kelsay, states: "I am encouraged by the enthusiasm and experience that these Community Advisory Board members bring to the table and am looking forward to working with them throughout this League year to further expand our voluntarism in the community."
Mission: The Junior League of Hampton Roads, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. For more information about JLHR and how to join, call 757-873-0281, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.jlhr.org.
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