The Junior League of The Woodlands, Inc. (JLTW) Sustaining Scholarship recognizes a graduating senior who exemplifies an outstanding volunteer spirit by contributing significantly in the areas of community service and leadership during her high school years. Six $1,000 scholarships were awarded in the spring of 2023.

JLTW is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. We welcome all women who value this mission. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities.

In recognition of the JLTW Members who made this year’s scholarship possible, we recognize and thank the following women as Inaugural Donors to the Sustaining Scholarship Fund:

  • Laura Bomer
  • Toni Dee Bowen
  • Jan Jewell
  • Linda Martens
  • Leanne Savage

Sustaining Scholarships have been given in memory of these Junior League of The Woodlands Members

Alfreda Bell-Coleman 2022
Brandi Spurgin 2023
Paige Johnson 2023


2022-2023 memorial/honorarium donations were made in the following names:

Brandi Spurgin
Kay Wilson
Paige Johnson
Chantay Smith
Laura Cannetti
Joy Stagg

Congratulations to our Previous JLTW Scholarship winners:


  • Noel Best, Klein High School
  • Jenna Mari Caratao, Oak Ridge High School
  • Jade Clark, Caney Creek High School
  • Kendall Cooper, The John Cooper School
  • Nitya Kodali, Langham Creek High School
  • Arianna Lopez, Cy-Fair High School


  • Mahek Dodani
  • Anna Holleman
  • Katrina Machetta
  • Isabel Oviedo


  • Tam Dang, Cypress Ridge High School
  • Cynthia Langkamp, Homeschool
  • Akshara Ramasamy, The Woodlands College Park High School
  • Sneha Shenoy, Klein High School


  • Britney Lam, Westfield High School, Spring ISD
  • Emily Liu, Woodlands College Park High School, Conroe ISD
  • Joanna Rangel, MacArthur High School, Aldine ISD