A Message from the President of the Junior League of Greater Orlando:
Welcome to the Junior League of Greater Orlando! We are an organization of women dedicated to creating lasting community change for over 70 years.
Our mission is to promote volunteerism, develop the potential of women and improve our community through trained volunteers. For the 2017-18 League Year, we have a ton of exciting happenings for our members and community alike!
The League serves our community through programs, advocacy, and training women leaders. League programs currently focus on serving children through HIP Kids Events at the Rock Lake Community Center and girls in the juvenile justice system through MAGIC. Our League advocates at a state level by joining forces with other Junior Leagues and recent success includes the elimination of the “Tampon Tax”. We also help other nonprofits by providing volunteers to help with their efforts.
In February of 2018, the Junior League of Greater Orlando will host the Association of Junior Leagues International women’s Organizational Development Institute conference in February. Bringing talented women in from all over the USA, Canada, Great Britain and Mexico, Junior Leagues work together to train and develop members to be civic leaders.
Every day, we work together to help our members develop their potential as leaders through experiential learning, educational forums and programming and volunteer opportunities. Come and join us at our fundraisers, as a member or as a community organization. We look forward to working with you!
About Our President:
Anna McPherson grew up in East Tennessee and moved to Orlando in 2004. She joined the Junior League of Greater Orlando in 2005 and has held various Board positions within the organization including VP of Active Membership and Treasurer and other leadership positions including Nominating chair and Provisional chair. Anna is proud to be a part of this organization of women dedicating building a better Orlando community and the many opportunities that being a Junior League member allows her to learn and grow through volunteer work.
Anna began her professional career at Orlando Health in the Marketing & Communications department. She then went on to work in corporate marketing at HD Supply ultimately rising to senior marketing manager within HD Supply’s Power Solutions division, serving large utility customers across North America. Presently, she is a stay-at-home mom with her young son.
Anna received her B.S. from Vanderbilt University majoring in Organizational Development and Spanish and her Masters of Business Administration from Rollins College. She and her husband Trey live in Orlando, Florida, with their two children. In her free time she enjoys cooking and reading books with her children.