JLOEB celebrated their 70th Anniversary in 2005.
Fashion critic, Steven Cojocaru, spoke at JLOEB's May Annual Dinner in 2004.
Our Sustainer member, Maridel M. Moulton, was President of JLOEB in 1981-1982 and later went on to be the President of the Association of Junior Leagues International from 1988-1990.
First Lady Laura Bush met with our chair of the committee Teach for America in 2001 to recognize our work.
Diablo Publications awarded JLOEB member Carla Koren and Super Stars Literacy Program as winners of Threads of Hope Award 2005.
|Member||Position and Community Service||Junior League|
|Mary Harriman Rumsey||Founder of the Junior League--1901; First defender of consumer rights as Chair of the Consumers' Advisory Board of the National Resource Administration in President Franklin Roosevelt's Administration, 1933||The City of New York|
|Eleanor Roosevelt||First Lady; social reformer; humanitarian; author. As U.S. Delegate to the United Nations, she shaired the Human Rights Commission during the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights--adopted 1948||The City of New York|
|Oveta Culp Hobby||First Commander of Women's Army Corps 1941; First U.S. Secretary of Health, Education & Welfare 1953||Houston, TX|
|Sandra Day O'Connor||First female U.S. Supreme Court Justice, appointed 1981||Phoenix, AZ|
|Barbara Bush||First Lady; literacy activist||Houston, TX|
|Laura Bush||First Lady; literacy activist||Austin, TX|
|Betty Ford||First Lady; substance abuse prevention activist||Grand Rapids, MI|
|Nancy Reagan||First Lady; substance abuse prevention activist||Los Angeles, CA|
|Eudora Welty||Author; Pulitzer prize for The Optimist's Daughter, 1972||Jackson, MS|
|Shirley Temple Black||Child actress; Delegate to the United Nations (1969); U.S. Ambassador to Ghana; Czech and Slovak Republics||Palo Alto, CA|
|Katherine Hepburn||Actress; women's issues activist||Hartford, CT|
|Sarah Palfrey Cook Danzig||Tennis champion; two-time Wimbledon champion||The City of New York|
|Elected to Gov't||U.S. House of Representatives||Junior League|
|Ruth Baker Sears Pratt||Served 1929-1933; first woman elected by NY||The City of New York|
|Isabella Selmes Greenway||Served 1934-1937||The City of New York|
|Frances Payne Bolton||Served 1940-1969||Cleveland, OH|
|Mary E. Pruett Farrington||Served 1954-1957||Honolulu, HI|
|Lynn Martin||Served 1981-1985; U.S. Secretary of Labor 1991-1993||Rockford, IL|
|Tillie Fowler||1993-2001||Jacksonville, FL|
|Jennifer Dunn||1993-2005||Seattle, WA|
|Anna Eshoo||1993-present||Palo Alto, CA|
|Carolyn Maloney||1993-present||The City of New York|
|Judy Biggert||1998-present||Chicago, IL|
|Elected to Gov't||U.S. Senate||Junior League|
|Margaret Chase Smith||First woman elected to the Senate||Bangor, ME|
|Elected to Gov't||Canadian Parliament||Junior League|
|Margaret McTavish Konantz||Member, Canadian Parliament, 1963-1968||Winnipeg, MB|
|Florence Bird||Member, Canadian Parliament, 1978-1983||Winnipeg, MB|
|Bobbie Sparrow||Member, Canadian Parliament, 1984-1988||Calgary, AB|