W2W Mayor Nancy Vaughan- Leading Through Civic Involvement

As the third most populous city in North Carolina, Greensboro is home to more than 287,000 residents. Under the leadership of Mayor Nancy Vaughan, Greensboro continues to grow and flourish. Hear firsthand what it takes to be a… Read More

W2W – Kim Gatling, Attorney at Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP

What is it like being a female in the male-dominated field of law? What does it take to build a successful career as a female attorney? Is it possible to have work-life balance? Answers to these questions and… Read More

JLG President Christon Halkiotis Featured in Guilford Woman Magazine

Christon Halkiotis, President of the Junior League of Greensboro (JLG), is featured in the latest issue of Guilford Woman magazine. Pick up the September issue in stores or read online. Halkiotis is featured on the cover as well… Read More

Summer Spritzer Series

If you are interested in joining the Junior League of Greensboro, one of these events is for you! Please join us for light food and refreshments as you mix and mingle with current members while learning more about… Read More

2018 President’s Award Winner

At the 2018 Annual Meeting, the Junior League of Greensboro, North Carolina, Inc. announced the recipient of the annual President’s Award winner as Randall Ariail. The President’s Award is awarded to one active member for going above and… Read More

2018 Kathleen Price Bryan Award Winner

At the 2018 Annual Meeting, the Junior League of Greensboro, North Carolina, Inc. announced that the 22nd recipient of the annual Kathleen Price Bryan Award is Teresa Marie Russell. Each year, the League recognizes a member who demonstrates… Read More

Former JLG President Pens Children’s Book

Julie Copeland

Did you know that Dolley Madison, wife of our fourth U.S. president James Madison, was a Guilford County native? The Greensboro History Museum recently celebrated the release of a new children’s book about Dolley. We sat down with… Read More

Women Building Better Communities. That’s the Junior League. 

Explore our timeline here to see the 90-year history of the Junior League of Greensboro.