Linked in friendship. Connected in service.
The magnolia (GA) Chapter of
the Links, Incorporated
About The Magnolia Chapter
Since its inception, the Magnolia Chapter of The Links, Incorporated has been led by dynamic women, each one raising the awareness and impact of The Magnolia Chapter of The Links, Incorporated within the community and the National Links, Inc., with their very own distinct and effective style.
For the past 32 years, the Magnolia (GA) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated has enjoyed a strong tradition of friendship and a rich history of service to the Greater Atlanta community. Consistent with the National thrust, the Magnolia Chapter focuses its efforts on five facets which include Services to Youth, The Arts, National Trends and Services, International Trends and Services, and Health and Human Services. Through our National Trends Facet, we are focused on the problem of human trafficking and its impact on our young women. On an international level, we support the Schools in Jamaica program. Among our premier programs is the Magnolia Stars, a mentoring and enrichment program for young ladies attending the Coretta Scott King Women’s Leadership Academy.
Linked in friendship, connected in service.
We, the Magnolia Links have been serving and strengthening communities in the greater Atlanta area for more than 32 years.
Greetings and Welcome from Our President
As the 10th President of the Magnolia (GA) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, it is my honor to welcome you to our chapter website.
The Magnolia (GA) Chapter is the third oldest chapter in the metro-Atlanta area. The chapter was chartered in March 1991 with a commitment to grow connections and friendships among like-minded women. Today, the chapter is home to more than 90 active members, representing various civic and professional organizations. These women are leaders in education, law, medicine, media, business, philanthropy, nonprofits, and entrepreneurship.