President’s Message

Welcome to the Junior League of Collin County! On behalf of our 900+ members, I invite you to explore our website and learn how we cultivate leaders who collectively address the critical needs of our growing community.

As we begin our 44th year of service, the women of JLCC continue to work together to build a better Collin County. Our mission is simple: promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women, and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. We use our voices to uplift diversity, equity, and inclusion within our organization and in our community. We focus on increasing awareness of family violence and economic insecurity throughout North Texas and in our own neighborhoods. We jump in and show up, but still, there is much work to be done.

The JLCC embraces the opportunity to create new and innovative ways to lead volunteer efforts to serve Collin County. During the quarantine, we quickly leaned into virtual meetings and trainings, and launched a How to Help webpage to consolidate ways to support North Texans in the midst of a pandemic. We continue to adhere to our mission as we gradually reincorporate a mix of traditional and innovative operations. Service might look and feel a little different, but our members are dedicated to helping those in need. Our impact in Collin County continues to be steadfast and strong.

Whether you are a prospective member, a current member, a community partner, or a supporter, I sincerely thank you for your interest and investment in the Junior League of Collin County. If I can be of assistance to you, please contact me at President@jlcollincounty.org.

Respectfully,

Amanda Konersmann

President 2020-2021