The Junior League of Long Island Announces the 2021-2022 Board of Directors

Roslyn, NY, July 15, 2021 – The Junior League of Long Island® (“JLLI”) has announced the 2021-2022 Board of Directors. The Board comprises 11 women who are active members of JLLI, have given hundreds of volunteer hours to planning and implementing events and fundraisers, and dedicated themselves to JLLI and giving back to the Long Island community. The Board of Directors is responsible for governance and management of the organization for a one-year term commencing July 1, 2021.

2021-2022 Board of Directors
President: Carol St. Jacques, Commack
President-Elect: Cristine Bruno, Oakland Gardens
Finance Director: Feiona Churaman, East Setauket
Treasurer: Remi Farnan, Malverne
Membership Activities/Training Director: Melissa Beyer, East Northport
Communications Director: Loretta Hahn, Garden City
Nominating/Placement Director: Cindy Dwyer, Massapequa
Projects/Research Director: Christina Mangels, Garden City
Parliamentarian: Morgan Rooney, Northport
Sustaining Directors: Deidra Maleno, Port Washington & Laura Petras, Manhasset

The Junior League of Long Island serves its mission through direct service projects, advocacy, training, grants, and partnerships with other Long Island organizations. JLLI’s projects include Project Playground, to finance and build playgrounds for communities of need in Nassau and Suffolk counties, Positively Me, to address teenage self-esteem and bullying amongst young girls, and a myriad of “Done in a Day” volunteer opportunities that benefit Suffolk and Nassau Counties. The Junior League of Long Island strives to be the organization of choice for voluntarism and community partnerships to improve the health and well-being of women and children on Long Island. Our commitment has remained unwavering: to develop exceptionally qualified civic leaders who can identify a community’s most urgent and pressing needs and address them with meaningful and relevant programs and initiatives
that not only improve lives but change the way people think.