Julia Pollard is the newly elected national President of The Society, Incorporated (The Society), a pre-eminent women’s organization focused on developing and advancing talented youth in The Arts. As the organization’s 7th national President, Julia has been an active member of The Society for nearly three decades within the Washington, DC Chapter. Most recently she served as National Vice-President from 2011-2015.
“My objective is to bring even more exposure to youth in the arts through education along with forging new collaborative partnerships with other organizations and corporations that have similar interests,” she quotes.
The nonprofit organization presents numerous scholarships, annually, to highly talented local and international students in Literary Performing and Visual arts. The Society has provided thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving students across the country during its 32 year existence.
Founded in Washington, D.C., membership consists of hundreds of dynamic, altruistic and professional women of color with over 25 Chapters across the US in The District of Columbia, California, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Nevada, Illinois, Massachusetts, Florida, Texas, South Carolina and North Carolina.
The Society is a tax-exempt non-profit organization, established in 1983. These experienced and committed women serve as role models and mentors, providing students with the invaluable opportunity to enhance appreciation for and knowledge of the exciting dimensions of artistic expression.
For more information on The Society, Incorporated go to the societyinc.org