Woman’s Club hires new manager

Sharlene Thompson has been named manager of the La Jolla Woman’s Club, which recently has seen changes in its management and board of directors.

Pat McGill, the club’s house director who tends to the building and grounds, said the club is awaiting the installation of Jane Graham as president in May. Lois Clifton, a longtime club member, is the interim president.

Thompson, who most recent served as director of special events and outside sales for the San Diego Natural History Museum, will be responsible for managing and operating the facility at 715 Silverdo St. as well as booking events and functions at the club and representing the club in the community.

The club

The La Jolla Woman’s Club specializes in a wide range of events including weddings, non-profit fundraisers, corporate events, symposia, retreats and lectures. The clubhouse ws designed by John Irving Gill and built in 1913-14 for Ellen Browning Scripps. The organization got its start as the Current Events Club in 1892.

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