Hello and Welcome! Last time we met with Erin Rolfes and Brooke MacDonald Olson who each contributed in tremendous ways the Junior League of Cincinnati, specifically with RefugeeConnect. In this episode, we welcome Anne McKenna and Robyn Lamont to discuss the later phases of RefugeeConnect and the process involved in making it the 501(c)(3) organization that it is today. Thanks for listening! - Leslie Touassi Member of The Junior League of Cincinnati
On this episode of the Junior League of Cincinnati's podcast, Priscilla Ungers, current sustainer and former President of the League, discusses Junior League's involvement in Fernside: A Center for Grieving Children. Fernside is the second-oldest children's grief center in the nation, and continues to serve as a valuable community resource today.
In this episode of the Junior League of Cincinnati podcast, Emma Morehart talks with Susan Shelton, who served on the JLC committee that launched the non-profit MindPeace and is now its Executive Director.
This episode of the Junior League of Cincinnati comes straight from the JLC archives. This 1988 interview with our second president Augusta Forker (1921-1922) was originally produced by Saralou Durham. Augusta talks about the early days of the JLC and her experiences within it. Join us for this glimpse into our history!
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Welcome to the first JLC Podcast! In this episode, we talk with Darlene Kamine about her experiences in the league, including the founding of ProKids. Plus, we get to hear a bit of little known league history. Please enjoy! If you'd like to suggest a member for us to talk to, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.