Junior Board

GirlSpring Junior Board

GirlSpring is seeking passionate, dedicated, creative, young professionals who believe in empowering girls! Applications are open year-round.

The goal of the GirlSpring Junior board is to bring together young professionals to raise awareness about our mission and impact and to help generate financial support for our programs that empower girls. By joining the GirlSpring Junior Board you’ll have an exciting opportunity to expand your leadership skills, build new relationships with other young professionals, and give back to your community through volunteering.


  • *Be a young professional in the **Birmingham area. The minimum age requirement is 25 and while there is no maximum, most of our participants are in their late twenties to late thirties. **We also accept applications from out of town as we have transitioned to Zoom meetings since Covid.
  • *Make a one-year commitment to the GirlSpring Junior Board.
  • *Attend 9 out of 12 monthly meetings. 
  • *Make a yearly contribution (minimum $100) to GirlSpring.
  • *Plan and provide significant support for the annual Junior Board fundraising event through actions such as securing sponsorships, selling tickets, participating in event execution, and assisting during the event.
  • *Volunteer at one additional event or sign up to mentor.
  • *Serve as a community ambassador for GirlSpring, creating awareness about the organization and its impact through networking and the use of social media.
  • *Additional (optional) volunteer opportunities are available outside of these requirements.

2024 GirlSpring Junior Board

President: Tara Arrington | Kassouf & Co.

Vice-President: Tacita Thompson | Fast Slow Motion

Secretary: Katie Lindsay 


Kalyn Fuller | Regions

Meredith Hutcheson | Ronald McDonald House

M’Kayl Lewis | Pack Health

Joi Mahand, School of Information Studies, University of Alabama 

Michelle Pickett, City of Birmingham

Liucija Smaizyte Wright | Morgan Stanley

Krystle Stell | Mauldin Jenkins

Marteen Ware | Alabama Power