The League Pulse

The Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri: women building better communities.

Sponsorship Committee

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Recently, I checked in with the Nominating Committee to learn more about their process to secure next year’s leaders for the League. They do really important behind-the-scenes work within Junior League, helping to select the new Board of Directors and leadership positions throughout the League. Members could self-submit their interest in leadership positions or nominate someone else before March 1st. But the committee’s work isn’t done there! Many members complete the placement process to secure a placement for the next year. I asked Kristen Yates, the Nominating Chair, about what committees or placements that I could highlight for them on The League Pulse. Kristen connected me with Taylor Miller, a current Sponsorship Chair, to talk more about this placement.

Taylor was enthusiastic about the work that Sponsorship does within the League and in the Kansas City community. Here are some of the highlights she shared with me:
• Members of Sponsorship Committee have the opportunity to work with and have visibility to many different councils, committees, and projects within the League, including interaction with League leadership.
• The work makes a significant, measurable impact to League events and to the funds available to support the Mission.
• Throughout the year, committee members make and leverage connections within the community. They share the mission of the Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri and learn more about our valuable community partners.

Junior League members, if you have more questions about Sponsorship Committee as a placement, reach out to Kristen Yates. Add contact info

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This entry was posted on March 17, 2015 by in Community Impact.
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