Ogden, UT – Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) President, Ellen Rose, will arrive in Ogden on Monday, May 2 for a historic visit, becoming the first AJLI President ever to visit the local League. Rose will be hosted by the Junior League of Ogden (JLO), an organization of more than 150 active and sustaining members with a long, rich history in Ogden.
At JLO’s Annual Dinner for members and invited guests, Rose will speak about the global power of the Association, discuss the strategic transformation the League is undertaking, and give members the opportunity to provide input and feedback on key AJLI initiatives.
“We’re thrilled to showcase the Junior League of Ogden’s commitment to improving our community with President Rose during this historic visit,” said Emily Ballard 2015-16 JLO President. “As an international and local League, we’re committed to developing civic leaders who can help identify our community’s most urgent and pressing needs and
address them with meaningful and relevant programs and initiatives that not only change the way people think, but improve lives.”
Ellen Rose is a member of The Junior League of the City of New York, where she has served in a number of leadership roles. Throughout her volunteer career, Ellen has built a reputation for leading and motivating others. Most recently, she chaired the board of the U.S. Association for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Professionally, Ellen is a Managing Director at Fiduciary Trust Company International in New York City. She was a 2013 recipient of a Wall Street Women of Excellence Award given by Traders Magazine. She holds an AB from Princeton University and an MBA from New York University. Ellen and her husband, Brian Rose, live in New York and Toronto, Canada.
About the Junior League of Ogden
The Junior League of Ogden (JLO) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. For more information, please visit www.juniorleagueogden.org, follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/juniorleagueogden or on Instagram at www.instagram.com/juniorleagueogden.
About The Association of Junior Leagues International
Founded in 1901 by New Yorker and social activism pioneer, Mary Harriman, the Junior Leagues are charitable nonprofit organizations of women, developed as civic leaders, creating demonstrable community impact. Today, The Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) is comprised of more than 150,000 women in 292 Junior Leagues throughout Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom and the United States. Together, they constitute one of the largest, most effective volunteer organizations in the world.