Affiliations & Memberships in Louisiana:

Alliance Française de la Nouvelle Orleans:

AFNO is one of the leading providers of French language and culture education in the New Orleans area. With chapters in over 100 countries AFNO is part of the largest network of French language and cultural centers in the world. 

 

American Business Woman’s Association:

The mission of the ABWA is to bring together business women of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition. (See the local New Orleans chapter here)

 

Association of Cemetery Tour Guides & Companies:

ACTGC exists to protect the industry and public rights relating to cemeteries, to advance industry and public education relating to cemetery law, and to preserve cemeteries to benefit society and lessen the burdens of government. 

 

Audubon Nature Institute:

A 501(c)3 not for profit that operates a family of ten museums and parks dedicated to nature, education, environment, economic development & entertainment. 

Chamber of commerce: 

The Chamber provides members with the opportunity to build mutually beneficial partnerships within the city of New Orleans. 

 

Ellevate Louisiana

Ellevate was founded in 2020 to empower women leaders in Louisiana by connecting and educating them on the challenges impacting the state with data driven, non-partisan solutions to make a better future for Louisiana.

French Quarter Business Association: 

The FQBA is an organization of business owners and associates located in and around the French Quarter. Its purpose is to assist in the development and success of business while protecting the integrity of this historic and cultural district

 

Friends of City Park:

FOCP is a regional, non-profit organization whose mission is to maintain and increase the value and importance of City Park as a place of natural beauty, culture, recreation and education for the public. 

 

Friends of Bayou St John:

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes stewardship, cultural appreciation, responsible recreation and initiatives that support a clean, healthy Bayou St. John that is accessible to all.

 

Friends of the Cabildo:

An independent nonprofit organization that works with the Louisiana State Museum to enhance and sustain this public institution as a high quality and nationally recognized educational, historical, and cultural resource.

 

Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation:

GNOSF's mission is to attract and manage sporting events that have a positive economic impact on Louisiana and the Greater New Orleans area. 

Historic New Orleans Collection:

THNOC is a museum, research center, and publisher dedicated to preserving the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South.

 

Krewe de Pink:

Formed in 2015, KdP officially became a tax exempt nonprofit charity in Louisiana that same year and raises money for the Tulane Cancer Center's efforts for fighting breast cancer through donations and events. 

 

Leading Ladies Guild of the Jefferson Performing Arts Society

A Premiere Cultural Arts Association for those who are passionate about the arts. The guild’s mission is to promote, enhance and enjoy the JPAS and performing arts experience through social outings and events; to promote community involvement, support and volunteerism with JPAS and the performing arts; To serve as an advocate for JPAS on legislative issues pertaining to the cultural and performing arts in our state; and to serve as a fundraising auxiliary for JPAS.

 

Likeminded Ladies:

A membership organization of hard-working, talented women who influence change in the world around them, while ultimately making their own a little better.

 

Lower Garden District Association:

LGDA is a neighborhood association that works to preserve and maintain the historical Lower Garden District.

 

Mid South Women in Tourism:

MSWIT primary objectives are to network locally, nationally, and internationally with contacts that will contribute to our professional and personal growth, and to encourage and assist women throughout the travel and tourism industries to improve their knowledge and experience through educational programs.

 

New Orleans & Company:

NO & Co, formally called the New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau, is the liaison between businesses and events that make up the tourism industry in New Orleans. They are devoted full time to selling, marketing and promoting New Orleans as the premier convention and leisure destination.

New Orleans Ballet Association: Bravo Member:

NOBA cultivates understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of dance through performance, education, and community service. 

 

New Orleans Film Society:

A 501(c)3 whose mission is to discover and cultivate filmmakers who tell the stories of our time. Producers of the New Orleans Film Festival and investors in building a vibrant film culture to connect filmmakers to career-advancing resources.

 

One Book One:

A campaign for literacy and community, OBO works to provide literacy resources to adults and emphasizes the importance of dialogue between diverse groups of people. OBO partners with the Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society, New Orleans Public Library, WRBH Reading Radio, Literacy Alliance of Greater New Orleans, Louisiana Books 2 Prisoners, and the Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings. 

 

Patio Planters of the Vieux Carré: 

Patio Planters is dedicated to the preservation and beautification of New Orlean’s historic French Quarter. They make annual contributions to various organizations, courtyards, and gardens to support their mission as well as sponsoring the event “Caroling in Jackson Square”. 

 

P.O.W.E.R. (Potential Of Women Entrepreneurs Realized): 

A Fidelity Bank program designed to meet the unique needs of women in business. With personalized services and a wide array of financial products exclusively for entrepreneurial women.

 

NOLA POWER OF 100:

POW 100 is comprised of likeminded women dedicated to philanthropy, fellowship and a mission of helping those in need.

 

Preservation Resource Center:

PRC preserves New Orleans historic architecture, neighborhoods and cultural identity through collaboration, empowerment and service to our community. 

 

Preserve Louisiana: 

Promotes the preservation of our state’s cultural and architectural heritage through education, advocacy and stewardship.

Save Our Cemeteries: Board Member

SOC is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and protection of New Orleans historic cemeteries through restoration, education, and advocacy.

 

Shrm:

SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, creates better workplaces where employers and employees thrive together. As the voice of all things work, workers and the workplace, SHRM is the foremost expert, convener and thought leader on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces. With 300,000+ HR and business executive members in 165 countries, SHRM impacts the lives of more than 115 million workers and families globally.

 

Touchdown Club of New Orleans: 

A Saints sports and social club that raises money for multiple charities while working hand in hand with the New Orleans Saints. 

 

Tour Guide Association of Greater New Orleans Inc: Nominating Committee

TGAGNOI is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization of nearly 300 licensed New Orleans tour guides with a mission to represent, promote, and protect their common interests.

 

Women’s Guild of the New Orleans Opera Association: Social Media & Publicity Chair

Founded in 1947, the Women’s Guild promotes and fosters understanding of opera, cooperating with New Orleans Opera through active fundraising and opera advocacy. With over 350 members, the Women’s Guild ensures that the gift of opera remains an integral part of New Orleans culture.

 

 

New York City Affiliations: 

ABNY: Association for a Better New York:

The Association for a Better New York (ABNY) is a nonprofit civic organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for those who live in, work in, and visit New York City. We bring together public and private sector leaders and organizations in the joint commitment of finding solutions that enhance and highlight the best New York City has to offer.

 

Graham Windham:

A vision started over 200 years ago, Graham Windham makes life-altering differences in children, youth and families by providing a safe, loving, permanent family and the opportunity and preparation to thrive in school and in the world.

 

The Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society:

A national 501(c)3 designated nonprofit educational organization comprised of its operational team, regional chapters, and worldwide members. Through educational initiatives, the society is dedicated to serving as an active resource for factual information on the Founding Era.

Mardi Gras Affiliations:

Krewe of Iris

Krewe of Cleopatra