2023-2024 Board of Directors

President: Meghan Warner-Boyle

Meghan Warner is 27 years old with the Bachelors of Science in Resort and Hospitality Management. For her career, she works as the Director Events and Marketing in beautiful Bonita Springs, FL. She was born in Lakenheath, England but has lived in Florida most of her life. In her free time, she likes to go to the beach to relax, kayak to the middle of nowhere, and spend quality time with her friends and family. Meghan has loved being a part of the Junior League of Fort Myers throughout the years and can’t wait to continue working with and meeting more incredible women who make the league bigger and better than before!

President-Elect: Logan DeVost

Logan DeVost has been a proud member of the Junior League of Fort Myers since 2018. She was the “Rising Star” award recipient in 2018 and the “Outstanding Service Award” recipient in 2019. She has been an active leader on the committee for the Junior Leagues annual Brew Bash fundraiser over the years. Logan is served as the 2022-2023 Membership Director and has stepped into the President-Elect role for the 2023-2024 year.

Logan was born and raised in Albany, New York and has now called Southwest Florida home for 6 years. Her passion for volunteering started with causes closest to her heart as a child, the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the American Red Cross. She brings over 10 years of various nonprofit experiences to the position. Professionally by day, she is the Director of Operations at Patty’s Place Concierge Youth Mental Health Care.

As President-Elect, Logan plans to continue explore new opportunities and bring my curiosity to learning about our members to further this cause to improve the lives of women and children in SWFL. This organization has played a pivotal role in her introduction to the SWFL community. Building strong membership and community engagement is her passion and promise for this organization. Logan is looking forward to serving in this leadership role to be able to share her “why” she loves her league and helping others to explore their “why” as we build back together for a bright future ahead. Logan believes that the members of this league are just as important as it’s mission!


Courtney Butts is originally from Memphis, TN but grew up in Cape Coral, FL. She attended The University of South Florida and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology in 2009. She then moved North to Gainesville and received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. She moved back to Fort Myers and has been practicing small animal medicine and surgery at McGregor Blvd. Veterinary Clinic since 2015.

When she is not working, Courtney enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She was recently married in 2019 and enjoys working on DIY projects at home with her husband, Oscar. Courtney and Oscar have 3 dachshunds that keep them pretty busy but love to travel when they get the opportunity.

Courtney joined the Junior League of Fort Myers in 2016 to serve the community and for social engagement. She has enjoyed getting to know so many wonderful women and seeing the league persevere through difficult times. Courtney served as Community Director from 2020-2021 and loves to see the impact that the League continues to have on our community and hopes to continue to grow our presence here.

Treasurer/Co-Sustainer Advisor: Holly Rousseau

Holly Rousseau was born in Mobile, AL. She was raised and received 3 degrees from college in Alabama. After college she moved to Pensacola, FL and in 2008 she moved to Fort Myers to be close to her family. Some may not know, Holly tried to join the JLFM in 2009-2010 but since she was going to be out of the country on Super Saturday she had to wait until 2010-2011. Since joining the JLFM Holly has served on Arrangements, Helping Hands (2 years) which is now Done in A Day, KITK (1 year as co-chair, & 1 year as chair), Literacy Outreach, Training Team, Community Council VP and Holly planned and lead the JLFM 50th Anniversary Kick Off event at the Stars complex. Holly went sustainer this year and retired with 34 years of Federal service on Jan 31, 2023. Holly had the
privilege to be awarded the first JLFM Membership Council Super Star Award in 2011-2012, she was then awarded the Community Council Super Star award in 2012-2013. In the 2015-2016 League Year, Holly had the honor of receiving the President’s Award and then the Spirit of the League Award 2021-2022. Holly loves to bake and often during Holidays or just because she shares her baked good with Firefighters, Police officers and other in the community uplifting their spirts. She has two 15-year-old cats (brother & sister) that she has had since they
were 6 weeks old.

Community Director: Morgan Decker

Morgan works as a School Psychologist for Collier County Public Schools and as a part-time sales associate at Lilly Pulitzer. Since moving to Florida in June 2022, I was looking for a way to become more involved in serving the local community. The Junior League of Fort Myers offered her the perfect opportunity. Morgan has spent a majority of her early life volunteering and working with several community based

Morgan looks forward to continuing to grow our current community relationships and look forward to forging new ones as well! I’ve always
enjoyed helping others and this role seemed like the perfect fit. I would aim to work collaboratively with the other board members to continue to grow the amazing organization that is the Junior League of Fort Myers. I am thankful for the friendships I’ve fostered thus far and would look forward to continuing to meet more members.

Membership Director: Sara Thomas

Sara joined the Junior League of Fort Myers in 2019 shortly after moving to the SWFL area from Fort Lauderdale, FL. She moved to the Fort Myers area for her career and her husband, who had moved over to this coast as well. Sara works in Retail Management and has been in the field for over 6 years. She attended Florida State University and her background is the fashion industry. Last fall, Sara’s retail store was able to receive the honor and recognition of being Store of the Year out of all locations in the country. This was a great accomplishment for her and her team, as they work hard to provide excellent customer service for their clients and look forward to their continued success in the future.

Sara initially joined the Junior League back in 2016 in Fort Lauderdale after graduating college. She was involved in the Marketing and Training and Development Committees and loved getting to know new faces and learning about her hometown. Enjoying the volunteerism and friendships made in Fort Lauderdale, Sara transferred to the Fort Myers League wanting to learn more about the SWFL community when making the change to move to the West Coast. Being the Community Director on the 2022-23 Board of Directors this past year, has been a great experience for her to share her love of volunteerism with the community and continue to learn about the history of Fort Myers and the SWFL community She is most looking forward to furthering connections she has made this year and continuing to grow the league with community outreach and membership. Sara enjoys making connections and networking throughout the league, while making our community one brighter place at a time. Outside of the League, Sara loves anything by the water, checking out new restaurants in town, and grabbing coffee with a friend.

Communications Director: Katherine Warga

Katherine is a new resident of SWFL, having moved from South Florida in the fall of 2022. She spent 12 years of her life as an elementary school teacher, but switched gears almost 4 years ago and now enjoys a career as a Realtor, currently serving Cape Coral (and all of SWFL). Katherine has been looking for ways to get involved in her new community and has a special place in her heart for youth which is why she felt
compelled to join JLFM. She has thoroughly enjoyed opportunities to meet new people and serve the community in various ways. When Katherine is not searching for the perfect home for you or attending JLFM events, she enjoys spending time with her family and playing with her beloved goldendoodle, Paisley. As a former New Yorker, you may also catch her delighting in the Florida sun by relaxing at the beach
or spending time on the boat.

Advancement Director: Position Available 

Interested in a leadership position? Please contact nominating@jlfm.org

Co-Sustainer Advisor: Karen Belcher

Karen moved to Fort Myers in 2014 but grew up and had a family in Massachusetts (born in Boston, grew up in Foxboro and lived with my husband in Norfolk).   I joined the Junior League of Fort Myers to make friends (I worked remotely) and to volunteer in the community (and learn about the area).

I have an undergrad degree in Business from the University of Massachusetts in Dartmouth.   I’ve worked with and for non-profit organizations in the database area (CRM – Customer Relationship Management and marketing) for most of my career.   I retired on April 1st and plan to fill some of my time with volunteering.

Special experience or meaningful achievement:   Going on a Mediterranean cruise, experiencing an excursion in each of the five ports, spending a week in a villa in Rome and visiting all of the sites (Vatican, St Peter’s Basilica, Coliseum, etc.) with my husband and nine other family members.   We took three weeks off from work – amazing!

Nominating Chair/DEIB Chair: Marti Derow