Board of Directors

Kirsten Carr, President

Kirsten Carr has been a member of Junior League of Ann Arbor for seven years. Her past placements include VP of Membership Services, Event, Strong Moms Strong Girls, Girls Group, Arrangements, Training, and the Howard S. Holmes II Charity Golf Invitational. While chairing the Training Committee, Kirsten launched the Camp SOAR initiative. Kirsten is a mechanical engineering PE and PhD who has worked at Ford for 14 years, a consulting firm for five years, and now consults on a part-time basis through her own firm, Carr Analysis. Kirsten's "extra" time is consumed with her two busy teens, her husband and two high-energy puppies.


Sheri Chisholm, President Elect

Sheri Chisholm joined the JLAA in September 2014. She has served as the Products assistant chair and Recording Secretary/President’s Assistant. Her passion for community service comes to us after serving with the Ann Arbor Jaycees and continues her service with the University of Michigan Band Alumni Association (UMBAA) since 2007 as an active member. She brings board experience serving various officer roles of UMBAA including president and staffed the Adult Care for Elders Unit, U of M/St. Joe Mercy Health System Joint Venture board of directors. She really enjoyed getting to know her fellow JLAA members and is continually impressed by the volunteer work of JLAA. Sheri works full time as a Senior Project Manager and Lean Coach, MSIE at the University of Michigan Health System. In her spare time, she enjoys playing her instrument, running, boating, skiing, and most of all spending time with her husband, friends and family.


Michelle MacDonald McAllister, Immediate Past President 

Michelle McAllister joined Junior League of Ann Arbor in September 2012. Since then, she has served as President, President-Elect and as Member Social Chair.  This year, in addition to serving as Immediate Past President, Michelle will serve as New Member Chair, 2nd Training Chair for the Michigan State Council of Junior Leagues and PALS (Presidents and Leagues Sharing) Coordinator for AJLI. Outside of the League, Michelle is a Client Services Director and has been employed by Truven Health Analytics for 17 years. Michelle also serves on the Board of Directors for the Ronald McDonald House of Ann Arbor. Michelle and her husband, Tom, live in Ann Arbor and are parents to Sophia, age 5 and a half.


Paige Morrison, Recording Secretary & President's Assistant

Paige Morrison joined the Junior League of Ann Arbor in September 2012. Since then she has served as a member of CAPP, as Chair of the Community Projects committee, and most recently as the VP of Community Services. Paige graduated from U of M and then spent several years traveling as a consultant, serving primarily financial services and federal government clients. She is currently a full time stay-at-home-mom of two children and a part time marketing and events coordinator. Paige's other community involvements include serving as the Vice Chair for the city of Ann Arbor's Parks Advisory Commission, as a Commissioner on the city's Land Acquisition Committee, and as the Host Committee Co-Chair for Event on Main.


Jamie Watt, Nominating and Placement Chair

 Jamie Watt joined the Junior League in 2011. During her time she has served as CAPP Chair, Products Chair and, most recently, as the Nominating and Placement Assistant Chair.  She works as a Retail Account Executive at AT&T where she supports and coaches sales reps at several retail locations.  She is Mom to two young boys, Charlie and Drew and has lived in Ann Arbor with her husband since 2009.  In her "free time,” she enjoys home improvement projects, anything crafty and some good old-fashioned retail therapy.


Stacy Rossow, Finance Vice President

Stacy Rossow joined the Junior League of Ann Arbor in 2015 as a new member.  She is very excited to begin her first active year as the Finance VP.  Stacy holds a degree in Accounting and Business Administration, is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the state of Michigan and currently works for Michigan Business Connection in Ann Arbor as their Controller.  Stacy resides in South Lyon with her husband, Tim.  She enjoys traveling and outdoor activities including running, biking, hiking, kayaking and camping.


Sarah Warner, External Vice President

Sarah has been a Junior League member since 2011, when she joined the Junior League of Monterey County, CA. Since then she has served as the New Member Projects chair, Community Impact Committee member, and Vice President of Community Impact and Outreach over the years. In past years she has served her community as a Team Captain for Relay for Life, President of the WMU'S Lee Honors College, Adopt a Highway volunteer, Talon Out Honor Flight Participant, and Member/Guest Services volunteer at The Historic Michigan Theatre, among others. Though she has a background in Nursing and Psychology, her great passion is community work and veteran support.  Sarah is an avid collector of antiques, vinyl LPs, first-edition books, and wine. She loves ballroom dance, black and white movies, old music, gardening, writing, and travel, and is an enthusiastic reader of Shakespeare, classic/Victorian literature/poetry, and medical and theological texts. She is currently working on restoration of her 1946 Smith-Corona Sterling Typewriter.


Caitlin Beuche, Internal Vice President 

Caitlin Beuche has been a member of the Junior League of Ann Arbor since 2013.  Most recently she has served as Operations Vice President for the 2015-2016 year. She is very excited to begin her service as Internal Vice President. A transplant to Ann Arbor, Caitlin grew up in Austin, Texas. She holds a degree in Biology from the University of Texas, Austin. Professionally, Caitlin is an Instructional Designer with Torrance Learning in Chelsea. In her spare time you can find Caitlin entertaining friends with her husband Bill, searching for decent Michigan-Mexican food, and learning the mandolin.


Kim Scartelli, Sustainer Advisor to the Board

 Kim Scartelli joined the Junior League of Birmingham in 1998 and transferred to Ann Arbor two years later. She served as President of the league in 2006-2007 and is excited to be supporting the board in a Sustainer capacity for her 10 year anniversary of being President! During her league career, she also served as Finance VP, Diva Night Fundraising Chair, New Member Committee and Transfer Committee. Outside of the league, Kim owns two Curves fitness franchises in Canton and Plymouth and works for Curves International as a corporate trainer and mentor for new locations. In addition, she has a consulting business and works as a special projects manager for finance projects at A123 Systems in Livonia. Kim lives in Canton with her husband, David and two very active sons Ethan (14) and Jack (12).