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Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated is organized into seven geographic regions - Central, Eastern, Far West, Mid-Atlantic, Mid- Western, South Central and Southeastern.

The regions serve as the administrative arms of the national organization for purposes of implementing national programs, policies and projects. This system allows for greater collaboration and communication between chapters, while assisting in chapter programming enrichment.

Each region elects four officers: the Regional Director, Regional Treasurer, Regional Secretary and Regional Foundation Member- at-Large. The Regional Officers serve as the management team and direct the efforts of their assigned region. Chapters report directly to regions and regions report to the National Executive Board. 


Spanning the heartland of America, the Central Region extends from the banks of the mighty Mississippi to the majestic Rocky Mountains. The Central Region covers the largest geographic territory of any region in the organization.


The Eastern Region enjoys the distinction of having been the birthplace of Jack and Jill of America. The founding members hailed from the East, which has grown exponentially over the past years.


The Far West Region extends from sunny California and the desert states all the way north to Alaska. Living up to its nickname, the Fabulous Far West has been a vibrant and active contributor to the vast history of Jack and Jill of America. 


The Mid-Atlantic Region embodies four states rich in history and tradition: North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. Jack and Jill chapters throughout the eastern seaboard are making a rich contribution to the mission of this organization.


The Mighty Mid-Western Region is the embodiment of Mid-Western values, truly reflecting the core values of Jack and Jill of America. Committed to excellence, leadership and innovative programming, this region was the site of the first Teen Conference Service Project. 


The Sensational South Central Region is rich in culture and unique geology. Everything grows big in Texas, so it’s no surprise that the 90% of chapters in the South Central Region are in the Lone Star State. Chapters are also flourishing in Louisiana. 


Known as the Sweet, Sweet Southeast, this region lives up to its reputation for southern hospitality in everything it does - whether it’s a step show at Teen Conference, a hat luncheon to raise funds for needy families or literacy programs.

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