JLS Announces 2019-2020 Board of Directors and Management Team

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On June 1st, 2019, the Junior League of Springfield installed new officers, board members and management team members for the 2019-2020 year. JLS was founded in 1959 as the Community Service League of Springfield and became an official Junior League as a member of the Associate of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) in 1976.

In 2016, JLS adopted a new governance structure which led to the creation of a management
team, in addition to its current board of directors.

The following individuals will comprise the 2019-20 JLS Board of Directors’ Officers:
• Nikki Holden, President
• Courtney Hayes, President-Elect
• Tara Benson, Secretary
• Mia Young, Treasurer

The following individuals are 2019-20 JLS Board Members:
• Rachel Fuhrman, Management Director
• Heather Goller, Sustainer Director
• Rianne Hoos, Nominating Chair
• Allison Robertson, Amie Squibb, Stephanie Hesser, Stacy Schneider, At-Large Active Members
• Katie Moore and Heather Trinca, At-Large Sustainer Members

The following individuals are 2019-20 JLS Management Team Members:
• Rachel Fuhrman, Management Director
• Mary Bozarth, Management Director-Elect
• Ashley Clair, Manager of Communications
• Emily Letterman, Manager of Communications-Elect
• Brandi Delleville, Manager of Community Impact
• Bridget Lovelle, Manager of Community Impact-Elect
• Christina Swaters Milligan, Manager of Finance
• Amanda Hake, Manager of Finance-Elect
• Allison Anbari, Manager of Membership
• Millie Schuchmann, Manager of Membership-Elect
• Linda McAllister, Sustainer Director-Elect
• Michelle Vespa, Treasurer-Elect

Current JLS membership totals 547 members that are committed to upholding our mission. Please contact Junior League of Springfield for more information or visit our webpage at www.jlspringfield.org.

About the Junior League of Springfield
The Junior League of Springfield 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 The Junior League of Springfield reaches out to women ofall races, religions and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to
voluntarism. Its purposes are exclusively educational and charitable.

Since 1959, the Junior League of Springfield has contributed more than $4 million and more
than 1.3 million hours of volunteer service to the Springfield community. For more information,
please visit the Junior League of Springfield website at www.jlspringfield.org.