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Saying Goodbye to a Fantastic President

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It’s a time of transition around the Junior League as new leaders take their positions and get started for another year. But I couldn’t wrap up the previous year without talking one more time to Julie Randolph about some highlights from her year as President. Here are my questions and Julie’s responses below.

What is one thing you are proud of from the last year?
The unity of the strategic initiatives that were collaborated on together throughout the entire League. These will continue to move our mission forward by laying the ground work for future progress in the community and member development areas.

What is one thing that really surprised you?
I’ve learned through this over time, especially the past two years, how amazing our Past Presidents are and how extremely supportive they and our Sustainers are of our organization. They may have been active many years ago, but still want the very best for our League and are here to support in various ways and only a phone call or email away!

What is one thing that made you laugh?
When I got locked INSIDE Headquarters building in the back door area. All the doors were locked so I was at the mercy of someone walking by the door and seeing my plea for help through the small window! Mary Jo saved the day and just happened to be walking by! Also, Mary Jo Saviano makes me laugh every time I talk to her!

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This entry was posted on June 30, 2015 by in Community Impact and tagged , .
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