Management Council

2022-2023 Management Council

Melissa Allen, EVP

Melissa’s work with the Junior League of London (JLL) began in 2010, and just 18 months later she was awarded JLL Volunteer of the Year. She played a crucial role in the success of the League’s first-ever All Service Day, a community initiative which provides over 100 volunteer opportunities throughout London in just one day. Her league involvement ultimately led her to serve as President in 2019-20, celebrating the JLL’s 35thanniversary. Melissa currently serves as At-Large Director for the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) in addition to her current role in the JLL.

Tamsin Davies, President-Elect

Tamsin has been an active member of the Junior League of London since 2014 serving in various roles including Active-At-Large, Placement Advisor, Fund Development Vice President, Finance Director, Executive Vice President and Sustainer Director. Most recently she served as Placement Director.

Rachael Beatty, Fund Development VP 

Rachael originally joined the Junior League of Wilmington NC where she served as a Provisional Project Chair, One Day Service Chair, and the Chair of Bargain Sale at the league’s largest fundraiser. She then transferred her membership to Washington, DC where she was able to serve as a chair for two community organizations that focused on children’s literacy. She moved to London in February 2022 and is thrilled to continue her time with the Junior League.

Victoria Dheilly, Community VP

Following her move to London, Victoria was keen to find an organization that was also committed to making an impact on a local level and she joined the Junior League in 2019. Victoria has been involved with the Homelessness Committee since 2020, and has developed a special relationship with one of the League’s partners, Restart.

Meredith Niles, Membership VP and Sustainer Director

Meredith joined the Junior League of London in 2000, serving for a number of years on the Learning Club committee before chairing the committee for two years. In 2007, she joined the JLL Board as Community VP, leading the League’s community focus review that culminating in the membership adopting our current focus on poverty.  In 2008-09, she served as Membership VP, working with her Council and the Board to develop a membership plan that received an Honourable Mention award from AJLI.  She subsequently served as President-Elect and then President of the League.

Kimberly Burton, Communications Director

Kimberly joined the Junior League of London in 2020. She previously served as Vice-Chair (Social Media) for the Communications committee. In her first year as an Active member, Kimberly was recognized as Member of the Year for 2021-22.