Greeley 2019



Mission: The Zonta Club of Greeley is a group of professionals that work through service and advocacy to empower women and girls by raising their status, locally and internationally.

Charter No. 1911 • Organized June 1, 2013

Save the Date! Third Annual Trivia Night, October 5, 2019 – More Information

Zonta Club of Greeley has Silent Witness displays that tell the stories of victims of domestic violence. This display was at the Centennial Library for the month of June. This project is part of the Zonta Says No! to violence against women campaign.
GreeleyzontaSome of our members with Mayor Thomas Norton, after reading our Proclamation for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence at the City Council meeting, November 17, 2015, to coincide with the Zonta says No to Violence Against Women campaign. Our President, Susan Bromley, gave the response, with statistics from A Woman’s Place, our women’s shelter, who sent a representative.
neccatDiana Laws, Zonta Club of Greeley, has been the driving force in organizing NECCAT, the North East Colorado Coalition Against Trafficking. In less than a year, 26 agencies, including area law enforcement and social service agencies, meet monthly to work together to combat trafficking. Betty Edwards of the Pikes Peak Zonta Club, who was instrumental in forming the Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado, provided excellent guidance for formation of NECCAT.
See article from Colorado Anti-Trafficking Inside.

General Meetings
First Thursday of each month; 5pm social, 5:30pm meeting

2019-2020 Officers and Directors:

  • Marcie Woolworth, President
  • Kim Stegman, Vice President
  • Kristi Martin, Recording Secretary
  • Kaea Beresford, Treasurer
  • Sharon Hiner, Director
  • Laura Stoneman, Director
  • Jan Banta, Director

Zonta Club of Greeley Foundation

  • Marcie Woolworth
  • Eva M. Jewell
  • Madeline Milian
  • Jan Banta

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History and Past Events

Last revision date: 8-4-2019