Amanda Lloyd, President
Amanda has been a member of the Junior League of Norfolk-Virginia Beach since 2012. Through her leadership journey, she has served as President-Elect, Treasurer, Treasurer-Elect, the very first Chair of Touch-A-Truck, and in numerous Chair and Co-Chair positions on Finance and Membership Council. Amanda holds a B.A. in Communication Studies and History from Longwood University, an M.A. in Humanities from Old Dominion University, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Educational Management-Higher Education at Hampton University. She is the Director of the Academy for Nonprofit Excellence at Tidewater Community College (TCC), working extensively with nonprofits on training and professional development across Hampton Roads. Amanda also serves on the Norfolk Public Library Board of Trustees, TCC Women’s Center Advisory Council, Hampton Roads Diversity & Inclusion Consortium, appointed by the Governor of Virginia to the Historical Records Advisory Board, and is a graduate of LEAD Hampton Roads and Emerge Virginia. She is also recognized as 2018 Top 40 Under 40 in Hampton Roads, 2018 Under 40 Award recipient of the American Association of Women in Community Colleges, and a 2019 Millennial on the Move. Amanda enjoys teaching history & humanities college courses, traveling the world, and spending time with her husband Matt and two crazy boys William and Owen.
Erin Rice, President-Elect
Erin Rice joined the Junior League of Norfolk-Virginia Beach in 2014 and is currently serving as President-Elect. She previously has served the League as Community Vice President, Communications Vice President, Chair of the Junior Leagues of Virginia Leadership Summit, Placement Chair-Elect, Member Advisor and on the Scavenger Haunt Committee. Erin earned a B.A. in Communications and Political Science from Virginia Tech, as well as a master’s degree in Public Administration and Policy from Virginia Tech. She is the Principal Consultant for Rice Strategies, working to advance policy changes to benefit firefighters and their families. She also works as the Director of New Media for Music Makes You Happy Entertainment and serves as Chair of the Suffolk Electoral Board. Outside of the League, she enjoys watching college football, being outdoors and spending time in the country with her husband (Chris), daughter (Cecilia), son (Anthony), two dogs and three chickens!
Erikka Massie, Executive Vice President
Erikka has been a member of JLNVB since 2012 and is currently serving as JLNVB’s first Executive Vice President. Throughout Erikka’s years in the League she has been Parliamentarian, Chair of the Cookbook Committee, Historian, Transitional Mentor, New Member Mentor and served on the Nominating Committee. Outside of the League Erikka is a Deputy City Attorney with the Norfolk City Attorney’s Office. Erikka earned a B.S. in Finance from Colorado State University and went on to earn a J.D. from Boston University. Erikka enjoys spending quality time with her family, doing home improvement projects, and exploring the various happenings and restaurants Coastal Virginia has to offer.
Brittany Lavalleur, Secretary
Brittany joined the Junior League of Norfolk-Virginia Beach in 2016 and is honored to serve as the Board’s first Secretary. Through her leadership journey with the League, her previous positions have included being the Assistant Vice President of Communications and Assistant Vice President of Administration. Brittany earned an A.A.S from Olympic College in 2004, a B.M. in Flute Performance from Central Washington University in 2007, and an M.A. in Arts Administration from Florida State University in 2009. She is currently the Director of Development and Special Events for An Achievable Dream. Brittany originally hails from Bremerton, WA, and lives in Virginia Beach with her husband, Ben, and two sons, Jared and Ethan. When she’s not raising money or volunteering, Brittany enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cheering on the Seattle Seahawks, and checking out the latest and greatest local craft beers.
Kathryn Green, Treasurer
Kathryn has been a member of JLNVB since 2016 and is excited to serve as Treasurer for the 2019-20 league year. She has previously served as Treasurer-Elect and Co-Chair of the Scavenger Haunt Committee. Kathryn holds a B.A. in History and Bioethics from the University of Virginia and a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University. She works currently as a Business Development Project Manager at Sentara Medical Group. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends, spinning, and chasing after her pup, Olive.
Zoe Hardy, Nominating Chair
Zoë joined the Junior League of Norfolk-Virginia Beach in 2014 and is currently serving as Nominating Chair. Last year, she served on the Board of Directors as Communications Vice President. She has also served as Assistant Vice President of Communications and Chair of the Done-in-a-Day Committee. Zoë majored in American Studies at the University of Virginia and is a Medicaid Marketing Manager at Magellan Health. Zoë also serves on the WHRO Emerging Leaders Board. In her free time, she likes traveling, spending time with her large extended family, hanging out with her dog, Gigi, and is known for her award-winning caramels.
Amanda Bryer, At Large Director
Amanda has been a member of JLNVB since 2016 and currently serves as At Large Director. She is excited for this role and eager to work with JLNVB’s membership to be a warm, welcoming voice and support the women as they grow in their league and leadership journey. Previously, Amanda served as Chair-Elect for the Special Events committee, and as Fund Development Vice President, where she worked with members of the Finance Council to raise over $35,000 for the league. Amanda holds a B.S. in Business with a focus in Public Relations from Ferris State University, and an M.P.A. with a focus on Nonprofit Management from Old Dominion University. Amanda currently works as the Director of Alumni Programs for Cape Henry Collegiate, working with alumni young and old to help give back time, talent and treasure to the independent school. She also serves as an advisor for the first love of her life, Operation Smile Student Club. When not working or giving back to the community, Amanda enjoys slinging beer at Wasserhund Brewery.
Hanan Mitry, Sustaining Advisor
Hanan, a Junior League member since 2007, has served in a variety of leadership positions including as president during the 2015-2016 League year. She subsequently became a sustaining member and served as an advisor to the Leadership Initiatives committee. As an active member, she served in a number of Membership positions including Nominating Committee, Placement Advisor, Placement Chair, and on the Board of Directors as Membership Vice President. She also served as Web Liaison, TIDEings Editor, and on the Cookbook Committee. Her Junior League training has included AJLI Organizational Development Institute as well as numerous Fall, Winter, and Annual Leadership Conferences. A native of Charlotte, NC, Hanan earned her B.A. from UNC-Chapel Hill and is an avid Tar Heel supporter. A PMP certified Project Manager with nearly 20 years of management experience, she currently works for Optima Health Care and is an active member of the Project Management Institute. In her spare time, Hanan enjoys relaxing at the beach with live music, experimenting with recipes from various food blogs, and spending time with friends.