Zonta Membership

Zonta welcomes men and women with experience in a recognized business or profession.
Members work to empower women worldwide through service and advocacy.

Member Spotlight

 

Kim Costanza

Zonta Member Since 2013

Fun Facts About Kim!

  • I recently, (in July), joined Mark Hagan’s Team of Realtor Professionals at Coldwell Banker Schmidt after working on my own as a Realtor for 6 years also with Coldwell Banker
  • I love to scrapbook
  • I went to high school with my husband for 2 years and never knew him until we met almost 9 years later

Peg Jonkhoff

Zonta Member Since 1992

Fun Facts About Peg!

  • Accessorizes her black suits with a bee pin and/or bee earrings (primarily gifted by family & friends).
  • Collects salt & pepper shakers…although her favorite thing to make is “reservations”!
  • Loves to gather people in celebration of special events and was nicknamed “Party Peg” during the 1997 Leadership Grand Traverse program.

Shannon Owen

Zonta Member Since 2017

Fun Facts About Shannon!

  • I attended the 2017 Women’s March in Washington D.C., which launched my interest in women’s advocacy.
  • I’m passionate about helping students see their potential in higher education.
  • I met my husband while wine tasting with friends on Old Mission Peninsula.

Frequently Asked Questions

How big of a time commitment is Zonta?

As a hands-on service organization, membership in Zonta means time commitment. The lunch meetings (1st and 3rd Wednesdays at noon) are mandatory, although you may ask to be excused in advance. Members are also asked to serve on at least two committees. Zonta members look forward to these commitments and perhaps one of the finest benefits of membership is the lifelong friendship formed with other members from all walks of life. Check out our new member welcome letter for more information about the responsibilities of membership.

How can I learn more about the Club?

The best way to get to know us better and inquire about membership is to join us at one of our monthly lunch meetings. We meet the first and third Wednesday of the month at noon at the NMC Hagerty Center. Come be our guest!

Is there a way I can connect with Zonta without committing time?

If you are unable to make the commitment of membership but want to be connected to Zonta Club of Traverse City and support the mission of Zonta, consider becoming a Philanthropic Friend. With an annual fee that goes to support the club, you will be welcome at lunches and events and will receive club communications. For more information, contact us.

How do I become a member of Zonta?

Please complete and submit the member application.