The JA Circle of Wise Women Rosé Soirée event last week raised $110,000 for Junior Achievement of South Florida (JA) programs. In its 5th year, the event included sharing of JA students’ inspirational journeys, awarding of the Lorraine I. Thomas Girls Scholarships, and pinning of 18 new Circle of Wise Women members. American National Bank President and CEO Ginger Martin and Vice President Pamela Dalton are two of the 175 current members.
JA delivers over 20 unique programs to nearly 70,000 students in classrooms throughout Broward and south Palm Beach counties and at JA World Huizenga Center on the Broward College North Campus, training the next generation of business leaders, employees and consumers by educating students about financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness. JA has served more than 1,000,000 students since its inception in 1959. The JA Circle of Wise Women was founded in 2009 with 10 founding members and has grown to 181.
If you would like more information on how you can support Junior Achievement or join the JA Circle of Wise Women, please visit www.JASouthFlorida.org.