SCV Zonta's Dr. Sharon Langenbeck has been elected to the 2014-2016 Zonta International Board as a Director
District 9's 2012-2014 Governor Lori Montigel has been elected to the 2014-2016 International Nominating Committee
SCV Zonta Member Debbie Schmidt has been appointed to the 2014-2016 Zonta International PR & Communications Committee,
as well as the ZI Ad Hoc Website Committee tasked to update the international website
Congratulations to Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley on 40 Years of advocacy and service in the Santa Clarita Valley and beyond! Highlights here
Congratulations to SCV Club Member Marsha McLean! Sworn in as Mayor of Santa Clarita! Highlights here
Zonta Honors 50 Outstanding Donors at Yellow Rose Reception! Highlights here
Welcome to the
Zonta Club of
Santa Clarita Valley!
The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley is a member of Zonta International, a global organization of executive and professional women, working together to improve the lives of women through, service, advocacy and awareness. Our mission encompasses a broad range of both local service projects and international service projects. The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley, founded in 1974, is a dynamic organization of more than 70 members, who represent the core of community volunteers in the Santa Clarita Valley.
- Women in Service Celebration
- Celebrity Tribute
- District 9 Conference 2013
- Contact Us
- Zonta Says No
More Event Information here
Links to other important Zonta Resources
- Zonta Says No Campaign
- Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley Brochure - printable PDF
- Member Area
- LifeForward Workshops
- Zonta International
- Zonta District 9
Designate Your Donation Amount and keep our service and advocacy projects going!
- Our Mission Statement
Please join us at our monthly meeting held the second Wednesday of the month. 6:30pm, Embassy Suites, 28508 Westinghouse Place, Santa Clarita, CA 91355.
Amelia Earhart was a beloved member of Zonta International before she was lost in the Pacific on a flight attempting to circle the globe by air in 1937. A year after her disappearance, Zonta International established its annual graduate fellowships in aerospace-related sciences and aerospace related engineering.
Amelia Earhart made her record flight from Hawaii to California on January 11, 1935. January 11, has been designated Amelia Earhart Day by members of Zonta International, in recognition this woman of courage, character and culture. Amelia encouraged women to expand their horizons by exploring occupations and holding positions beyond those traditionally held by women.
Zonta Claritan Newsletter
- Available to members in the Member Area!