Authored By: Meghan Hunt, Assistant Vice President, Finance and former Bargain Sale Chair (2016) The Junior League of Durham and Orange Counties (JLDOC) is rich in tradition and history. At 80 years old, how could we not be? The JLDOC has helped develop some of the most influential women leaders and has contributed greatly
Submitted by Paige Smith, Assistant Vice President, Training & Development Council The me too. movement, first coined in 2006, has been helping survivors of sexual violence long before the popular hashtag went viral last year. The spread of the #METOO hashtag launched a vital conversation about the prevalence of sexual misconduct into the national spotlight.
As the 12 inches of snow finally melted away in Durham and Chapel Hill, a trip to Southern California could not come soon enough. As your President-Elect (PE) and President-Elect Elect (PEE — yes, that is a thing), we departed January 25 for the annual Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) Winter Leadership Conference. This
Volunteering is one of the corner stones of the Junior League of Durham and Orange Counties. Every member of the JLDOC completes the Provisional program before becoming an “active” member. The semester-long course is designed to teach incoming members about the mission and operations of the League and, perhaps most importantly, to train them to