Four scholarships, totaling $10,000, were awarded at Junior League of Tulsa’s seventh annual Mentorship Awards Luncheon.
Keynote speaker Alison Anthony
Whitney Lahann Photography
Four scholarships, totaling $10,000, were awarded at Junior League of Tulsa’s seventh annual Mentorship Awards Luncheon on Feb. 8 at Southern Hills Country Club.
For the past 15 years, Junior League has awarded scholarships to two area high-school women showing exceptional commitment to scholastics and volunteerism, and two non-graduating women just beginning or returning to their studies after an extended absence, with a commitment to complete their degrees.
The luncheon honors the impact of mentorship and scholarship in developing exceptional women leaders. Alison Anthony, president and CEO of the Tulsa Area United Way, delivered the 2019 keynote address to 175 guests.
Junior League members Zelda Rowlett, Dana Richardson, Deneisha Johnson, Dr. Brenda Lloyd-Jones and Tangie Jones Ballard
Back row: scholarship recipients Bella Koster and Katrina Campbell, Event Chairwoman Stephanie Madsen, and scholarship recipients Vivian Shinagawa Arrington and Emily Turner. Front row: JLT President Mary Beth Nesser, Scholarship Chairwoman Whitney Mathews and speaker Alison Anthony