Member Spotlight – Shamieka Rhinehart

The Junior League of Durham and Orange Counties is proud to include the Honorable Shamieka Rhinehart among its members. A member since 2011, Shamieka has served on Extra Hands, Kids in the Kitchen, on the Board as Community Council Vice President, and now is on the Nominating Committee. Judge Rhinehart is passionate about service toRead More

Membership Monday – Megan Sterlina

Megan Sterlina has been with the JLDOC since 2008 and is now the Nominating Assistant Chair. Megan grew up in Chapel Hill, went to UNC, and cares for patients as a physician assistant at UNC Hospitals. She joined the League because, as she says, “after graduation, when my friends returned home, I wanted to findRead More

Membership Monday – Julie Williams

Julie Williams serves as a Sustainer Liaisons on the JLDOC Board. She began her JL career in Raleigh in 2001 and transferred to the JLDOC in 2007. By day she is a senior recruiter for First Citizens Bank, and by night—when she isn’t volunteering with the JLDOC—she is a Girl Scout troop co-leader. She joinedRead More

Membership Monday – Christy Graves

Christy Graves is a Chapel Hill native and the current Nominating Chair. She joined the JLDOC in 2006 after graduating from UNC. She turned to the Junior League as a way to meet new friends and to get involved in her community. Involved she has been! Before being elected to Nominating Chair, Christy welcomed andRead More

Membership Monday – Sarah Motsinger

Sarah Motsinger is one of the JLDOC’s 2016-2017 Sustainer Liaisons. As Sustainer Liaison, she represents the interests of the sustaining members on the JLDOC Board of Directors. Sarah joined the League in 2009 following the footsteps of her mother and grandmother, who were also JLDOC members. She remembers growing up filling her family’s “bargain saleRead More

Membership Monday – Kelly Preussner

Kelly Preussner is this year’s Assistant Vice President for Membership Development. She joined the League in 2014 in order to meet more people outside of Duke, where she works, and to become active in the community she now calls home. After joining the JLDOC, Kelly served on the Membership Enrichment Committee, where she tried toRead More