Golden Corridor

About Our Chapter

NCL, Inc., Golden Corridor Chapter is a group of mothers and daughters who have come together in a commitment to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences.
Members shall reside in Richardson, North Dallas and Plano or the surrounding area including Carrollton, Frisco, and Allen. Like all NCL, Inc. Chapters, Golden Corridor aims to foster the mother-daughter relationship by serving its communities together.

For 30 years, the Golden Corridor Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. has been a positive force in our community, through our dedication to philanthropic service, and fostering the development of strong character, leadership, and social responsibility in our daughters.

In late August and September of 1986, a group of women from Plano, Richardson and North Dallas attended organizational meetings and formed a prospective National Charity League, Inc. Chapter. Twenty mothers and twenty-one daughters decided to join together in this chapter. After only seven months, the Golden Corridor Chapter was granted provisional status in May 1987. The Chapter received its Charter just two years after holding their first meeting in October, 1988.

The NCL, Inc. Golden Corridor Chapter is in Region 2 which represents Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas and is composed of 64 chapters. We are in District 16 which has 10 chapters from the North Dallas area.

The NCL, Inc. Golden Corridor Chapter is located in the North Dallas area. Our members are from Richardson, North Dallas and Plano and the surrounding area including Carrollton, Frisco and Allen. We currently have nearly 300 mother-daughter members in grades 7 through 12 who perform almost 6,000 hours of hands-on volunteer service for 27 charities and non-profit organizations in the DFW community each year. Some of the community service areas supported by our chapter include: food pantries, the fine arts, senior citizen programs, healthcare, children and adults with special needs, animal shelters and the United Service Organizations.

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Membership Inquiry Form

For any questions regarding Membership, requests for transfers or assistance with connecting as a Sustainer, email us.

Mothers and their daughters (grades 7-12) participate in a program that embraces:

Community Service

  • Dallas Children’s Theater
  • Frisco Family Services
  • Hunger Busters
  • Plano Community Homes
  • Project Linus
  • The Kindness Campaign
  • The Storehouse of Collin County – Seven Loaves/Joseph’s Closet

Each NCL, Inc. Chapter promotes social awareness by considering the local community’s needs and selecting appropriate non-profit organizations to serve.  Each Chapter then supports its philanthropic service partners through different volunteer activities.  Philanthropies supported by the Golden Corridor Chapter include:

  • American Diabetes Association
  • Bea’s Kids
  • Boys and Girls Club of Collin County
  • Children’s Health – Dallas
  • Children’s Health – Plano
  • Crow Collection
  • Dallas Children’s Theater
  • Fine Arts Chamber Players
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hunger Busters
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
  • Living 4 Zachary
  • Medical Center of Plano
  • Operation Homefront
  • Operation Kindness
  • Plano Balloon Festival
  • Plano Community Homes
  • Plano Parks & Rec Therapeutic Program
  • Project Linus
  • Rainbow Days, Inc.
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Seven Loaves Food Pantry / Joseph’s Coats
  • Stewpot Shelter
  • Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Upscale Resale
  • USO


Leadership Development

  • President: Gina Clary
  • President Elect: Cynthia Flores-Harris
  • Secretary: Krissy Stevens
  • Treasurer: Melanie Stibler
  • Parliamentarian: Alyson Patton
  • Vice President Communications: Melia Dickson
    Anna Meitzen
  • Vice President Membership: Wendy Mullins
  • Vice President Patroness Activities: Amie Smith
  • Vice President Philanthropy: Lianne Boone
  • Vice President Provisionals: Julee Snead
  • Vice President Ticktockers: Michele Hollingsworth
  • Sustainer Liaison: Beth Mills

Each year, every Ticktocker class focuses on different aspects of leadership according to our 6-year plan. Beginning in 7th grade, the Ticktockers learn about the NCL, Inc. structure, committees, parliamentary procedures and core values. They practice team building as they develop relationships with their NCL, Inc. peers. In 8th grade they learn to communicate more effectively and lead their grade level meetings. As 9th graders, the girls learn about time management, consensus building and conflict resolution. The 10th grade Ticktockers strengthen working relationships, learn project management and practice event planning. In 11th grade the Ticktockers develop interview skills and verbal and written communication skills. They also learn about the college application process. Lastly, as seniors this class learns about independent living including managing finances as they prepare for their transition to college.

Each Ticktocker class has Officers and Committee Members representing their class. Every Ticktocker serves in a position each year with the opportunity to serve in an Officer position at least one time.

Class Officers:

  • President
  • Vice President-Philanthropy
  • Vice President-Programs
  • Recording Secretary
  • Social Media Director
  • Parliamentarian
  • Corresponding Secretary

Committee Members:

  • Social Media
  • Philanthropy
  • Tea
  • Council Representative
  • Inspiration
  • Cultural
  • Father/Daughter Event
  • Summer Retreat
  • Senior Brunch
  • Senior Recognition


Cultural Experiences

As future leaders, we continually strive to build stronger ties with our communities and the individuals within them. It is through this understanding that we grow and develop broader worldviews that will shape and support our lives. We celebrate our history through traditions that honor the past while serving the future.

NCL Inc., strives to create an environment that nurtures positive identity by recognizing and appreciating the value of differences in each other and the world. Exposure to culturally diverse peoples and events broadens perspective, promotes awareness and teaches cultural sensitivity. Participation in cultural activities also teaches members etiquette, graciousness, self-assuredness in social settings, good manners and respect of others.

Some of the cultural experiences in which our Golden Corridor Chapter engages include:

  • Musical Theater
  • Ballet & Dance Performances
  • Dramatic Theater
  • Cultural Centers
  • Art & Seasonal Festivals and Events
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Museums