Member Monday, Member Spotlights

Member Monday: Garland Talbott

This Monday, we are featuring Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC) member Garland Talbott as part of our Member Monday series. Garland is a provisional and currently works at Red Ventures. Read more about the Richmond, VA native below. 1) Thanks for taking time to share some personal insights with us today. Can you give us some background information about you? I…

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Community Partner Spotlight

Community Partner Spotlight: Circle de Luz

Did you know that 41% of Latinas do not graduate high school in four years and that only 19% of Latinas have a college degree?  Circle de Luz, with the Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC), is working to change that by supporting young Latinas with a six-year program that includes mentoring and scholarship funds.  The organization is focused not…

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JLC News, Member Monday, Member Spotlights

Member Monday: Nicole Brantley

Member Monday: Nikki Brantley This Monday, we are featuring Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC) member Nikki Brantley as part of our Member Monday series. Nikki is the chair of the Chameleon’s Journey placement and currently works as a Project Manager for Wells Fargo Securities. Read more about the Charlotte native below.     1) Thanks for taking time to…

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Throwback Thursday

#ThrowbackThursday- JLC History

#ThrowbackThursday JLC History Welcome to Throwback Thursdays on the Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC) blog. During the 2017-18 year, The Charlotte Observer is letting us dig in their archives and share photos of their coverage over the decades of the Junior League of Charlotte’s work in the community. In 1973, the Junior League of Charlotte President, Ann Thomas, was…

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JLC News, Member Monday, Member Spotlights

Member Monday: Elizabeth Miars

This Monday, we are featuring Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC) member, Elizabeth Miars, as part of our Member Monday series. Elizabeth is the Vice Chair of the Done in a Day Committee and is currently a buyer at Wells Fargo. Read more about the Wilmington native below. 1) Thanks for taking time to share some personal insights with us…

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Community Partner Spotlight

Community Partner Spotlight: The Center for Community Transitions

The Center for Community Transitions is a non-profit organization that helps people with criminal records and their families find a healthier, more productive way of living. The organization provides employment and transition services, supports alternatives to incarceration, and restores and strengthens family bonds.  Services are provided at no cost to the incarcerated individual or the family. The organization is focused…

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Throwback Thursday

#ThrowbackThursday- JLC History

#ThrowbackThursday JLC History Welcome to Throwback Thursdays on the Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC) blog. During the 2017-18 year, The Charlotte Observer is letting us dig in their archives and share photos of their coverage over the decades of the Junior League of Charlotte’s work in the community. In 1978, the Junior League of Charlotte held the grand opening…

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JLC News, Member Monday, Member Spotlights

Member Monday: Heather Hendren

This Monday, we are featuring Junior League of Charlotte, Inc. (JLC) member, Heather Hendren, as part of our Member Monday series. Heather is the Secretary of the JLC Foundation and the Secretary of the Finance Committee. Heather is currently working on her PhD in Infrastructure and Environmental Systems at UNCC. Read more about the Virginia native below. 1) Thanks for…

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JLC News, Member Monday, Member Spotlights

Member Monday: Charlitta Hatch

This Monday, we are featuring Junior League of Charlotte member Charlitta Hatch as part of our Member Monday series. Charlitta is the Chair of the Nominating Committee and is currently a Senior Manager at Accenture. Read more about the Charlotte native below.   1) Thanks for taking time to share some personal insights with us today. Can you give us some background…

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