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  • Welcome!

    Zonta Club of Mobile is a local chapter of Zonta International, a leading global organization of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy. Nearly 30,000 members belong to more than 1,200 Zonta Clubs in 67 countries and geographic areas.

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  • Membership

    If you are interested in knowing more about gender equality issues, anti gender-based violence issues, and women's empowerment issues. We invite anyone, male or female, who would like to be involved in efforts to advocate for these issues. Gender equality is not only a women’s issue, it is a human rights issue that requires everyone's participation.

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  • Zonta Service

    The Zonta Club of Mobile continues to advance the status of women through our programs benefiting organizations such as Penelope House, Babies First, McKemie Place, Our Sister's Closet, and Sybil Smith Family Village. Through our participation in these programs we have seen many lives changed for the better.

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  • Zonta Service & Advocacy

    Zonta Club of Mobile empowers women through Service and Advocacy. We raise awareness of violence against women, and anti human-trafficking efforts. We advocate for health, education, welfare, and human rights.

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Empowering Women through Service and Advocacy
  • Zonta Emblem

    The Zonta emblem is not just a decorative design. It is a composite of Sioux Indian symbols which when combined signify a radiant group of successful business executives and professionals who are loyal, honest, trustworthy and inspired to advance the status of women worldwide.

  • Zonta Emblem

    “Zonta” is derived from a Lakhota Sioux word meaning honest and trustworthy. It was adopted in 1919 to symbolize the combined qualities of honesty and trust, inspiration and the ability to work together for service and world understanding.

  • Zonta Emblem

    The beauty of a single yellow rose has been a favorite Zonta symbol for decades. The yellow rose has adorned many Zonta items from stationery to clothing, and has been used in many charter and anniversary celebrations.

Club Facts

Chartered on August 1, 1965

Meets monthly on every 3rd Tuesday at 6:00 pm

Meetings are held at Macaroni Grill, Airport Blvd., Mobile, AL

Zonta International



Leadership
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    Club President
    Loy Dimoff
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    Area Director
    Angie McKinny
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    District Governor
    Karen Pati
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Contact Details
Zonta Club of Mobile

2958 N. Mildred St
Mobile, AL 36605

How To Contact Us

Email: info@zontamobile.org

Zonta District 11

www.zonta-district11.org

Zonta International

www.zonta.org



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