Patty Sprouse is the 2016-2017 JLDOC Recording Secretary. Patty joined the JLDOC in 2013 after hearing how great the League is from her friend, Jane Bullock. In her own words, “I love the notion of making a direct impact on our community with such a large force of dedicated women.” This impact was realized when
Cat Lunger is one of the current Board Members At-Large. She joined the League in 2012 after moving from Columbus, Ohio, in order to get involved in the community. Her previous League experience includes serving as Chair of the Membership Advisor committee, and this is her second year serving as an At-Large Board member. Her
Meet Jane Bullock, the 2016-2017 Immediate Past President of the JLDOC. Jane is a software consultant who joined the Junior League in 2007 when she lived in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She was motivated to meet people and learn more about her community, which has led to nearly 10 years of service with the League.
Meet Jessica Dedrick, the current JLDOC President. Jessica joined the JLDOC in 2006 because she was looking to meet new women, provide something back to the community and make connections. Prior to her service on the JLDOC Board, she was a member of League Advancement (now Fund Development) and chair of the Holiday Market. She
Making an Impact: Healthy Living One League; one mission; one community-based impact model. Background In the 2014-15 League year the JLDOC made a strategic, focused shift to take on one community issue rather than spreading our efforts among a variety of programs. The reason? We believe that by focusing our efforts we can make a strong, measurable
Kelly Preussner is this year’s Assistant Vice President for Membership and 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
“What’s middle school like?” “Was it scary?” Those were some of the questions JLDOC members fielded during a Summer visit to Student U. There, we met a group of 54 rising 6th graders who had spent the summer at Student U’s six-week academic enrichment program, which helps them prepare for the year to come. For the
Welcome to the new website for the Junior League of Durham and Orange counties! We are excited to introduce you to a group of women who are passionate about making a difference in our community. For over 75 years, the trained volunteers of the JLDOC have worked to improve the lives of those around us