Shannon Gatlin is the current JLDOC Assistant Vice President of Finance. Shannon is a dental hygienist who joined the League in 2010 because she longed for a close group of girls she could hang out with. After graduating from UNC, all of her close friends moved away. Through the League Shannon has met additional life-long
Earlier this week we posted about how our JLDOC members give thanks in our community. These opportunities would not be possible without our corporate sponsors, and today we give thanks for their support. The money donated by these generous organizations enables the League to fulfill its mission to promote voluntarism, improve our community, and develop women.
There are so many reasons for us JLDOC members to be thankful: for our families, our friends, and our community represent just a few. This week the JLDOC undertook two service projects to thank its community. Every year Farmer Foodshare partners with Inter-Faith Council for Social Service (IFC) to provide holiday meals for people in
Carrie Harbinson is the JLDOC Finance Vice President. She joined the League in 2010 in search of an outlet outside of work that allowed her to make a difference and meet like-minded women. Since then, she has served on Event Planning and Bargain Sale, which she chaired in 2014. “My favorite experience in the League
Halley Bogart is the 2016-2017 Vice President for Community Council. She joined the Junior League of Charlottesville in 2010 and transferred to the JLDOC after a year of service. The JLDOC was instrumental in helping Halley learn more about and meet people in her new community. She has served in many capacities during her League
Kathleen Harrell is the 2016-2017 Community Council Assistant Vice President. She joined the JLDOC in 2009 to connect with her community and develop new friendships. Since joining, she has worked with the Face of the League and Community Connection. Kathleen most recently led the Issues-2-Impact (I2I) initiative to identify a community focus for the JLDOC,