Who We Are
The Junior League of Greenville, NC is a non-profit organization of women whose mission is to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training.
Community Impact Statement
Diversity and Inclusion Statement
The Junior League of Greenville respects, values and celebrates the unique attributes, characteristics and perspectives that make each person who they are. We welcome all women who value our Mission and aim to create and retain a membership representing all socio-demographic aspects of our community. We believe that bringing diverse women together allows us to collectively and more effectively address the issues that face our communities. We are committed to supporting inclusive environments and strive for Junior League of Greenville’s partners, strategies and investments to reflect these core values.
The Junior League of Greenville, NC, is an organization with the shared goal of creating a
group of women leaders dedicated to empowering one another, positively impacting our
community, and fostering a diverse and inclusive environment.
From left to right: Margot Clark, Maura Shrader, Lauren Lumley, Leigh Saner, Michelle Vestal, Katie Butler, Brittany Robinson, Tracy Grimes, Jerrika Alston
2022-2023 Board Members
President: Lauren Lumley
President Elect: Katie Butler
VP of Communications: Leigh Saner
VP of Community Impact: Tracy Grimes
VP of Fund Development: Michelle Vestal
VP of Membership: Jerrika Alston
Recording Secretary: Brittany Robinson
Treasurer: Maura Shrader
Nominating: Margot Clark
Since 2010, JL Greenville NC has provided critical support to community projects, programs, and partners that impact the lives of women, children, and families throughout Greenville and Pitt County. In that time, our direct fundraising efforts have allowed us to gift over $160,000 to different local organizations, including The Ronald McDonald House, RHA Howell Center, The Food Bank of ENC, The Boys & Girls Club of Pitt County, Habitat for Humanity, and Literacy Volunteers.
2010-2011 – Elise Gay
2011-2012 – Meredith Hinton
2012-2013 – Jessica Davis
2013-2014 – Stephanie Bunn
2014-2015 – Missy Clark
2015-2016 – Courtney Steed
2016-2017 – Laura Mulkey
2017-2018 – Betsy Criscitiello
2018-2019 – Anna Logemann
2019-2020 – Emily McLamb
2020-2021 – Erika Taylor
2021-2022 – Emma Hodson