By Christine Brodnan, Advocacy and Initiatives Vice President, The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA) prioritizes Early Childhood Education (ECE) as one of its three primary Community Impact areas. JLA has an extensive history of both direct community work and advocacy within Atlanta’s ECE efforts. From founding the Atlanta… Read More
By Bre West, President, The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. For the first time in more than 100 years, people worldwide are painstakingly adjusting to a new reality as we emerge from self-isolation in a “semi” post-quarantine era. Many of us are reeling as we try to put food on the table, maintain flexible employment… Read More
When The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA) celebrated its 100 years of service to the Atlanta community in 2017, it awarded three grants worth a total of $1 million to Atlanta nonprofits. The goal was for these grants to be transformational, prioritize collaboration and innovation that would dramatically impact the organizations work and on… Read More
By Dr. Erica Fener Sitkoff, Executive Director, Voices for Georgia’s Children Foreword by Andrea N. Smith, President, The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. DBHDD Commissioner Judy Fitzgerald Since its inception 103 years ago, The Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. (JLA), has partnered with and advocated for children’s health and education. In the face of our current… Read More
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President Andrea N. Smith recently sat down with The Good Works Show to discuss the JLA and the work we do in the community.
Women across Atlanta wore the same dress for five consecutive days to show the effects of poverty.
Atlantans Said “YES” to the Little Black Dress
Fox5 Atlanta recognizes The Junior League of Atlanta’s Little Black Dress Initiative.