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Introducing the AJLI LGBTQ+ Affinity Group
AJLI is excited to announce the launch of the AJLI LGBTQ+ Affinity Group! This group serves as a space to have constructive dialogue and for Junior League Members to connect,…
Your Highlights from the 2013 AJLI Winter Leadership Conference
What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas. Just ask the Junior League leaders who captured highlights from the AJLI Winter Leadership Conference in their personal tweets and photos.
Did you know…?
A special post from AJLI‘s Laurie Dodge, Marketing and Communications Director 48 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute* YouTube is the second largest search engine* 70% of…
Did you check out our blog yet?
It’s still a new idea for many Junior Leagues, but more are now using their own blogs as an additional communications channel to reach members and their communities. And why…
If It’s March, It Must Be Women’s History Month
Sometimes we lose sight of it in day-to-day League activities, but many Junior Leagues and individual League members have made important contributions, both large and small, to American history over…
Girl…How Things Have Changed!
Eleven decades ago, when Mary Harriman and her fellow Junior Leaguers wanted to communicate, they likely sent a telegram or picked up a telephone receiver and asked an operator to dial an alpha-numeric code — “Murray Hill 2977” was the code at the New York City office in 1914 — over a crackly line. That is, if they weren’t dispatching a manservant to hand-deliver a handwritten note on parchment sealed with wax.