The Junior League of Greenville recently announced the team of women who will serve as its 2018-19 board of directors. JLG, which has 89 years of service to the community, promotes the potential of women through volunteerism and leadership development. The following were chosen from JLG’s membership of more than 1,200 professional women to lead the league for a 12-month term: Amy Rogers, president; Sarah Lynne Howie, president-elect; Hannah Barfield Spellmeyer, communications vice president; Claire Stam, community vice president; Amanda Wicker, finance vice president; Elizabeth-Kelly Pope, fund development vice president; Heath Beard, membership vice president; Katrinka Mendenhall, corresponding secretary; Andrea Simrell, recording secretary; Heather Scalzo, strategic planner; Rebecca Wentzell, parliamentarian; Lesa Kastler, sustainer representative; and Tina Hampton, director of administration.

The board is responsible for the growth, governance, and management of JLG, assuring the league furthers its missions, vision, and strategic plan. JLS encourages women in the community to volunteer while developing potential and improving the community. The purposes of the league are educational and charitable.

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