Jolie utilizes her familiarity as President of both the Woman’s Club of New Tampa and the New Tampa Junior Woman’s Club and Advisor of the Juniorette club to help organization leaders recognize the value of each level of membership.
Her experiences as HOA Officer have enhanced her ability to strategically plan for financial security and run projects within budget. She assisted with coordination of a $500,000 building restoration project.
Jolie’s style of leadership is unique; it fosters change, builds loyalty and encourages others to be a part of the decision making process. It is a leadership style that brings a commitment to serving her community and the world.
Jolie is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Education and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership. She recognizes that with 20 years of teaching experience, she can help members in leadership training, conflict resolution, and membership recruitment/retention.
Jolie and her husband Tom have lived in Tampa over 25 years with their children.
Jolie, a 21-year member of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, is honored to be in the presence of so many who believe that as a united womanhood, we can make good things happen in our communities for another 126 years.
Cherie Lee Williams
Cherie Lee Williams is a vibrant leader who has found GFWC to be a wonderful outlet for her love of community service and her can-do attitude. As both the President of the Mesquite Club (Nevada) for 2016-2017, as well as a 2016 LEADS candidate, she quickly learned the value of making connections in order to bring positive change to the world.
Success For Survivors Scholarship
Each year, GFWC awards scholarships to help intimate partner abuse survivors obtain a post-secondary education that offers a chance to reshape their future by securing employment and gaining personal independence.
GFWC Polk County Service Club
GFWC Polk County Service Club (Oregon) served as the coordinators for the Polk County Fair Talent Contest. There were two divisions (Youth from age 3-12 and Young Adult from 13-19) with 17 contestants. Laurel Jones, Vice President of GFWC Polk County Service Club, served as the Mistress of Ceremonies. Parents, grandparents, and friends all came out to fill the audience and it was very well attended. One of the Judges was GFWC Oregon State President, Pam Briggs.