We are thrilled to present your nominees for 2020 Southlake Women’s Club Member of the Year!
Only paid, current members may vote. We will verify by name and email address requested below, but rest assured that all responses are confidential. Please vote only once. The deadline is Friday, June 19th.
Our winner will be announced via email. Thank you!
- What year did you join SWC? 2016
- What made you join? I was immediately drawn to Southlake Women’s Club and could not wait to get involved. SWC remains one of my favorites because of the philanthropy work the club focuses on. I cherish the sisterhood and camaraderie of our members all while putting service before self.
- What was your involvement in the club this year? Membership Chair has been my responsibility, acknowledging and greeting or members with our beautiful and well-deserved name tags
- What has been your involvement in the club since you joined? volunteering for many of our programs including Valentine, Art In The Square, social media, and most recently greeted our members with a smile and a hug as Membership Chair.
- What is your favorite thing about being a part of SWC? The giving spirit within this group that allows space for women to lean and lift one another, while that same spirit perpetuates to our beneficiaries.
“She is hardworking, welcoming and always there to make new members feel comfortable in SWC group”
“She brings much enthusiasm and energy to the club”
“I don’t know anyone more selfless and ready to go above and beyond to improve our community”
- What year did you join SWC? 2006
- What made you join? I love Art in the Square and wanted to be part of it as a way to meet people and get more involved in the community. Though my involvement started with Art in the Square, I learned to appreciate all the other great things SWC does for the community.
- What was your involvement in the club this year? SWC Website Chair, Art in the Square Beverage Chair, and SWC Foundation Committee member. I also volunteered at the Senior Valentine’s luncheon and helped with socials.
- What has been your involvement in the club since you joined? SWC: Website Chair for 2 years, SWC Foundation for 2 year, SWC Foundation Scholarship Chair last year. Art in the Square: Beverage Chair last 10 years, Signs Chair for 2 years, Communications Chair for 2 years.
- What is your favorite thing about being a part of SWC? I love the comradery of working at Art in the Square and seeing how much the money we raise helps our beneficiaries. We all work so hard on this event and it is extremely rewarding.
“Active on SWCF Funding Committee, Beverages AITS, Website for the SWC”
“She is so easy to work with and is willing to do whatever needs to be done.”
“She is such a welcoming person who keeps everyone up to date and organized the website and beverage service at Art in the Square”
- What year did you join SWC? 2003
- What made you join? I wanted to get involved with our community and was really impressed with everything that Southlake Women’s Club has to offer.
- What was your involvement in the club this year? SWC President and SWC Foundation committee. Also volunteered at the Senior’s Valentine’s Luncheon and was heavily involved with Programs for monthly meetings and worked with Timarron Country Club on our lunch menu.
- What has been your involvement in the club since you joined? SWC: Program Chair, Membership Chair, School Supply Chair for 4 years and last year co-chaired. SWC Foundation committee for 4 years. AITS: Set up and Take Down committee, chaired Kid’s Korner 3 years, Sponsorship Party Chair 2 years, Signs committee.
- What is your favorite thing about being a part of SWC? I really have to say that it has been being able to meet so many wonderful people while giving back and my heart feels good for all that SWC does.
” She has done a fabulous job as president and is very hardworking and involved.”
“She is the friendliest person and gives everything she has to the club through her years working on School Supply, VIP AITS party and of course as President.”
“She has been involved in so many aspects of the club, she is always smiling and is a positive representation SWC.”