Gracie Ziegler, her husband Mike and Presley, their 15-year-old “Lab-ish” are Fayetteville natives and plan to always call it home. Gracie enjoys Razorback tailgating, entertaining, and the word “fabulous.” She has a passion for travel and experiencing new places. She has a blog called “Can I Wear Tall Boots Today.com” … you can only imagine what that’s about. Gracie is a self-proclaimed social media super-nerd, so you probably know all those things about her already.
Gracie joined the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas in 2008 – she has served as a member and chair of Internal Communications and Marketing, VP of Communications, Chair of That’s My Bag, New Member trainer, helped lead the inaugural planning year for Moonlight Masquerade, chair of Advisory Planning as well as Chair of Cookbook and Website Administrator. She currently serves as VP of Planning and is President-Elect, taking office in June 2016.
Gracie is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a BA in Creative Writing. Her career has given her the opportunity to work at both Walmart and Tyson over the last 12 years. She currently works as a Marketing Manager for the Tyson Convenience Food Service Team.
Outside of her involvement with Junior League, Gracie volunteers with EOA Children’s House as chair of their annual fundraiser, Summer Salsa. She is also a longtime volunteer with, Washington County Democrats, Komen Ozark and the M&N Augustine Foundation. She was recognized in the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal “40 under 40”in 2013.
Gracie’s true passion is making a difference in the community that raised her. She believes wholeheartedly in the work our League is doing through the League mission of training women. She is committed to the continued growth of our organization and the community issue based awareness the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas promotes.