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President Jennie Bauder:

About Jennie:

President Jennie Bauder has been in the league for the past 5 years. Living in Mundy Township, Jennie is a Client Relationship Associate. She loves crafting, gardening, being outdoors, being a horse show mom, the color purple, and her favorite food is barbecue. Jennie has a 5-month-old chocolate lab named Zeus, 2 cats; Hank & Midnight, a rabbit named Lily, and some fish.

Why The Junior League?

“Being a Member of JLF means doing and seeing the good in the community, and the bad and how we can make it better. It also has helped me to gain a whole new set of girlfriends that have become family.”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

"The very first leauge event I attended was an event where we shopped, prepared, and served a Thanksgiving meal in Flint. It was a lot of fun and I got that giddy feeling of what league was all about."

President-Elect Liz Williams:

About Liz:

President-Elect, Liz Wenstrom Williams, has been with Junior League for the past 6 years. Living in Grand Blanc, Liz is the Hurley Foundation Senior Managing Director. She enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as going on vacation, reading, decorating, golfing, going out to dinner, and being outdoors. Her favorite color is Slate Gray and her favorite food is shells with pesto and a salad with creamy Romano dressing - she really misses Salvatores! Liz has two kitties, Abby and Riley. 

Why The Junior League?

“I love being part of the diverse and dynamic women who make up the JLF league and strive together to make a difference in the lives of women and children at both a state and community level. It is a great entry-level way to start to give back in different capacities that best fit your lifestyle while also making amazing friendships you may not have otherwise.”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“My favorite Junior League memory was Kids in the Kitchen- it was amazing being alongside Chef Sean Garland, teaching moms & kids from the YWCA how to prep and make easy, healthy meals. It really tied in the three key components of health, education, and well-being of women and children in our community.”

Secretary Brittany Newland:

About Brittany:

Secretary Brittany Newland has been in the League for the past 3 years. She currently lives in Flint working remotely as a Marketing Coordinator. She loves the outdoors, camping, and playing sports. Her favorite colors are Orange and Lime Green and she loves any and all Italian food. 

Why the Junior League?

“I have always loved helping out the community through service work. Also, the unexpected friendships I’ve made with this group is quite the plus!” 

Favorite Junior League Memory? 

“Trunk or Treat at Whaley handing out candy with my little sister. Such a cool event."

Treasurer Jenny Halliday:

About Jenny:

Jenny Halliday serves on the board as treasurer and has been in the League for 3 years. She lives in Fenton and works as a Chief Operating Officer and just become a new mom. Jenny’s favorite color is green and she loves pickles, snowboarding and skiing, gardening, volunteering, and reading. 

Why the Junior League?

“All of the incredible friendships I have made through the League! The League is composed of incredible women who support one another.”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“Being a part of the Flint Junior League Board has been my favorite part of the League. As a board member, I am able to be hands-on with all of our projects and all the money we raise and distribute in the community. It feels great to see all of our member’s efforts going to good causes.”

Treasurer-Elect Brandi McMunigal:

About Brandi:

Treasurer-Elect, Brandi McMunigal has been in Junior League for one year. Currently living in Grand Blanc, Brandi is a High School Teacher and loves to golf, read, travel, spend time with family, cook, new restaurants, listen to live music and work on home improvement projects. Her favorite color is Green and she absolutely loves Mediterranean food and anything from The Laundry. 

Why Junior League?

“It is a great way to get more involved in helping our community as well as make new connections and friends. The group is full of smart, strong, and motivated women who have become great friends!”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“I really enjoyed the bus trip last year. It was great to see our community partners in person, as well as get a sense of where we can help them the most!”

Community Chair Stephanie Parkinson: 

About Stephanie:

Community Chair, Stephanie Parkinson has been in Junior League for the past 12 years. She currently lives in Grand Blanc and works as a Journalist. Stephanie loves traveling, hiking, refinishing furniture, and trying out new things her husband says are crazy...like going ice caving in Iceland or driving the road to Hana in Maui. Her favorite color is Navy Blue and her favorite food is Beef Carpaccio. She has a cute 12-year-old Yorkie. 

Why Junior League? 

“I joined to meet people but I stayed because of the impact. Seeing the smiles and joy our work brings to people is a constant reminder that no matter what is wrong with our world we can all play a small part in making it a better place.”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“Going to AJLI in Indianapolis.”

Fund Development Chair Kara Kunkleman:

About Kara:

Fund & Development Chair Kara Kunkleman has been active in Junior League for the past 3 years. Living in Burton, Kara is known as Blondie Jr. (working catering & as the event manager at Blondie’s food and spirits AND director of operations of Blondie’s Best Cheesecake Ever) Kara loves traveling, cooking, baking, and volunteer work. Her favorite color is pink with a newfound love of olive green. Her favorite food - well, it’s hard for her to pick a favorite! Kara is a single cat mom of two purrfect cats, Oliver & OJ

Why Junior League?

“The lifelong friendships I’ve made.”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“The annual bus tour is always such an incredible and impactful event, it’s definitely one of the top 3 reasons why I joined the league.”

Nominating & Placement Chair Sara Naddeo: 

About Sara:

Nominating and Placement Chair, Sara Naddeo, has been with Junior League for the past 5 years. Currently living in Grand Blanc, Sara is a Speech Language Pathologist. She loves to read, travel, and hang out with friends and family. Her favorite color is green and she loves chocolate, pizza, and Mexican food. 

Why The Junior League?

“I love the opportunity to meet and build relationships with so many amazing female leaders!  I have made so many lifelong friends through JLF.  It is wonderful to serve the women and children of the community I love alongside this group of inspiring women!”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“Running the nail gun while setting roof trusses on the Habitat build- something I honestly never thought I would do! I also loved handing out candy at the Whaley trunk or treat and seeing the smiles on the faces is the kids!”

Membership Chair Sarah Quehl: 

About Sarah:

Membership Chair, Sarah Quehl, has been a part of Junior League for the past 4 years. Currently living in Fenton, Sarah works in Human Resources at General Motors. She loves being a wife and mommy as well as spending time with her friends and family, going golfing, playing tennis, going up north, and boating. Sarah’s favorite colors are black and white and she loves Syrian food. Sarah also has a 10-year-old 80lb Labradoodle named Frank the Tank.

Why The Junior League?

"Flint is near and dear to my heart and it has always been important to me to give back to the community which was so good to my family for 3 generations. I love interacting with the women and children of this wonderful community and networking with other like-minded women in the league who also share a passion for this great City. I have cultivated a lot of great friendships as well."

Favorite Junior League Memory?

"Anything or any time where I've got a chance to engage directly with the amazing folks in this community... Trips to Whaleys, Hosting a Valentine's Party with the women and kids at Carriage Town in 2019, St. Luke's Thanksgiving Meal - getting out there and talking, but more importantly, LISTENING to the folks in need are my most cherished memories with the Junior League."

Communications Chair Erin King:

About Erin:

Communications Chair, Erin King, has been in the league for two years. Currently living in Linden, Erin is a retiree from 18 years in Supply Chain Management and is currently a small business owner. She loves to travel, play golf, attend Michigan State Sports events and cheerleading for her kids, as well as seasonal and home decorating, and serving the community. Her favorite color is purple and her favorite food is sushi. She has two dogs Charlie and Lola.

Why The Junior League?

“Returning to my hometown after living out of state for 18 years left me feeling lonely for the community I had built living in Florida for almost 2 decades. Since I work from home, my social network only consisted of my kids’ friend's parents (which is not bad, I just wanted my own). Junior League has brought so many wonderful friends to my life while having the opportunity to learn about so many great community programs and serve those in need. It’s the best!”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“There are MANY in only a few short years but most recently, building a shed from nothing (literally a pile of dirt) in a day with Habitat for Humanity. I loved learning new skills while helping a deserving family get a fresh start and a new home. It was so fun and rewarding!”

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Chair Tina Regan:

 About Tina:

Diversity and Inclusion Chair Tina Regan has been in the Junior League for two years, currently living in Flint. She is a Marketing Communications Specialist and loves reading, sewing and crafting. Tina’s favorite color is red and her favorite food is pizza and has a cat named Mittens.

Why the Junior League? 

“I have found my “tribe” with the League. These ladies I serve with inspire me with the work they are doing in the community.” 

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“Handing out candy at the Whaley Trunk or Treat.”

SPAC Chair AnneRenee Stoltman:

About AnneRenee:

State Political Action Committee (SPAC) Chair, AnneRenee Stoltman has been in the league for 1 year and currently lives in Flint. She is a stay-at-home parent (formerly case manager and volunteer coordinator).  AnneRenee loves reading, traveling, and swimming as well as all shades of green! Her favorite food is her great grandma’s macaroni and cheese and she also has a small parrot named Tully! 

Why the Junior League?

“My favorite part of the Junior League is being consistently impressed and inspired by all the other women in the league. We have such kind, welcoming, and powerful members who are committed to making lasting change in our community. Making friends with like-minded women has made a huge impact in my life.”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“Attending my first SPAC meeting. Listening to the women report on the legislative work they were doing for foster care youth and victims of human trafficking was incredible. This small group of women across the state has made a huge impact on so many people. I’m honored to be joining them and am looking forward to learning more.”

Past-President Pam Quillamor Boike:

About Pam:

Past President, Pamela Quillamor Boike, has been in Junior League for the past 5 years. Living in Fenton, Pam is a College Professor. She enjoys hand lettering and her favorite color is white and her favorite food is Jersey Italian food.

Why The Junior League?

“Making like-minded, lifelong friends while making a positive impact on our community.”

Favorite Junior League Memory?

“Visiting and learning more about our community partners at our Annual Bus Tour.”

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