We are recruiting for Community Ambassadors!

You may have guessed it…it is Community Ambassador Recruitment Time!
The Junior League of Phoenix Board of Directors is currently looking for connectors, impact makers and established professionals with the ability to serve as our JLP Ambassadors for two years!

Here are the commitments the Ambassadors make annually to the JLP:

• Attend one ambassador meeting a year
• Engage with the JLP in meaningful discussion
• Provide a meaningful direct or indirect contribution to the JLP
• Connect the JLP with potential networking and funding partners
• Purchase a ticket to two JLP Fundraising events annually (Legacy Celebration, White Party, Rummage Pre-Party)
• Promote JLP events to your network
• Attend May Annual Meeting or September General Membership Meeting

If you know of anyone that would be a great Ambassador please share their name and email with Sara at smayer1872@gmail.com and they will be invited to an information session. There is no obligation to “join” at the meeting. We provide a comprehensive overview of the program so attendees can make a decision on the best fit.  Read more about our current Community Ambassadors here.

We look forward to hearing about all potential JLP Community Ambassadors!

2016 JLP Community Ambassador of the Year

Congratulations to Sean McLaughlin!

In every group there are many that go above and beyond the call of duty. This year the Junior League of Phoenix recognized Sean McLaughlin as the 2016 Community Ambassador of the Year at the May Annual General Membership Meeting.

Sean McLaughlin has been an ambassador since 2010. He has regularly emceed our events, positively promoted the JLP and recently has been giving us shout outs on the LIVE news feeds. No stranger to the JLP, Sean McLaughlin, we would like to thank you for your continued service to the Junior League of Phoenix.


Read more about our other Community Ambassadors here!

JLP Announces 2015-2017 Community Ambassadors

The Junior League of Phoenix depends on the advice and expertise of professionals in the Phoenix area to assist with fundraising, marketing and public relations, community relationships, training, legal and governmental relations. With this need in mind, the Community Ambassador program was developed.

The 2015-2017 class of Community Ambassadors exemplifies leadership and expertise throughout the Valley.

Community Ambassadors

The 2015-2017 Community Ambassadors include:

Additionally, the Ryan House, to which The Junior League of Phoenix is a founding partner, will serve as an Ambassador to the Junior League of Phoenix with an Ambassador Team that includes:
  • Alyssa Crockett, Executive Director,
  • Taylor More, Director of Marketing and Special Events,
  • Holly Cottor, Community Liaison, and
  • Alonna Ray, Community Volunteer Coordinator.
The Junior League of Phoenix is excited to be working with such a strong leadership team that will provide guidance, expertise, and support throughout their term.