Our Boards

Sustainer Advisory Board

The Sustainer Advisory Board (SAB) is a group of active sustaining members the Junior League of Louisville can call upon for assistance and advice. These women help to demonstrate the effectiveness of trained volunteers through a lifetime of membership, and serve as a valuable resource and mentor, providing historical perspective, community experience, and support for League programs and projects. 

2019-2020 Sustainer Advisory Board Members 

Kim Baker
Alice Baron
Stephanie Bateman
Betsy Chandler
Blair Crush
Diann Dries
Dominique Elmore
Jamie Estes
Katherine Halloran
Kelly Hanna-Carroll
Emily Lawrence
Sarah Ludden
Lisa Morley
Marisa Neal
Lauren Ogden
Alexis Raley
Linda Scott
Angela Champion Sprowl
Jessica Thompson
Michelle Black White
Mary Ellen Wiederwohl

Community Advisory Board

The Community Advisory Board (CAB) is a group of community representatives the Junior League of Louisville can call upon for assistance and advice, it’s main purpose is to strengthen the connection between the League and the community.  These men and women are a sounding board and a resource to the League as they help to expand our network and increase our visibility with other organizations, businesses and the community.  CAB members are individuals who live, work or serve in the League’s community, individuals with expertise and skills needed by the League, and individuals who are decision makers and influencers in their networks and organizations. The JLL strives for a cross-section of corporate and non-profit representation with an emphasis on people involved in vital community issues.

2019-2020 Community Advisory Board Members

Freddie Brown
YMCA Greater Louisville
District Executive Director

Sam Corbett
Jefferson County Public Education Foundation
Executive Director

Kelly K. 
Morning Show DJ

Brad Keeton
Stoll, Keenon and Ogden

Jo Lloyd-Triplett
Leadership Louisville Center
Program Manager

Ricardo Santiago
Office for Globalization, Louisville Metro Government
Globalization Programs Manager

Bill Shory