LANO's growing network is "owned and operated" by our members.
YOU drive the content and communications and make new connections that benefit your cause.
We're proud of each new member organization, business, agency or individual and continually strive to help promote their services and meet their needs.
Starting in 2014, we'll be adding a weekly post to LANO's Member News & Events Blog that provides a brief introduction to the newest General and Associate members and those who are returning after a time away.
We would like to start with the following groups that have recently joined LANO's network of more than 13,000 members.
Sign in with your LANO network credentials to learn more and connect directly with these new members. Just a quick glance suggests a number of potential partnerships waiting to be made...!
Glinda Causey, LANO Membership Manager
– Dylan Tete, New Orleans
is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a vision to build an intentional,
intergenerational community for wounded veterans, surviving families, and
purposeful boomers that will sustain a thriving recovery from the wounds and
casualties of war.
French Quarter Citizens
Hill, New Orleans
Mission of French Quarter Citizens, Inc., is to enhance the residential quality
of life in the French Quarter, its historical character and architecture; to
educate the public and to focus attention on the problems confronting the
French Quarter, contribute to their resolution, and to work with other entities
in achieving these goals.
Lafayette Bar Association - Heather Broussard, Lafayette
Lafayette Bar Association is a professional membership organization composed of
about 930 attorneys in the Lafayette area.
It is our mission to serve the profession, its members and the community
by promoting justice, professional excellence, respect for the rule of law and
fellowship amongst attorneys and the Court.
League of Women
Voters of Louisiana - Sandra Slifer, Covington
League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the
informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase
understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy
through education and advocacy.
- Holly Howat,
Forward Louisiana provides access to innovative resources that expand professional
learning so every educator advances in effectiveness and every student
Fuller Center for Housing
– Glenrose Pitt, Natchitoches
organization that strives to provide adequate shelter for people in need in the
Housing Services of New Orleans
Linda Santi, New Orleans
mission is to revitalize communities by increasing the number of homeowners and
transforming vacant or substandard properties into sustainable homeownership,
and to improve quality of life through informed community building initiatives,
leadership development, education, outreach and collaboration.
Joseph Brock, New Orleans
Sustainable Communities Through Gardens"
Art Society – Jameelah El-Amin, Shreveport
501(c)(3) organization that is dedicated to celebrating African-American
culture, serving artists, and building a stronger community. Thirty-eight years
ago the organization was founded by a talented group of artists from Northwest
Louisiana. The name "Pamoja” is an East African word meaning "coming together.”
Fusco, Bossier City
A community based
behavioral health agency that serves children, adolescents, & families.
The Mission Possible Foundation
– Tyra Banks, Baton Rouge
was founded on the principle that we live in a world where every mission is
possible when we work together. If anyone wants to make a positive difference
in the world today, they can. They can start by simply making the decision to
Rouge Epicurean Society – Rene Molbert, Baton Rouge
Louisiana culture to the table.
– David Kiviaho, Slidell
Founders, Sharon Sandifer, M.Ed and David Kiviaho have spent the last several
years providing training seminars throughout the state of Louisiana. Some of
the topics covered have been customer service and management, sales,
professional development, life management skills, team dynamics, and supervision
and management. Grant writing is also very important to kiisa corporation. As
experienced grant writers for over 25 years, kiisa has provided grant writing
seminars, since 2011, for LSU.
Kicks 4 Kids
mission is to readily assist the youth of single parent households in
purchasing school shoes through the current school year and summer months.
K4K will inspire students to set higher goals
and achieve success as a result of their hard work. Through mentoring and
positive reinforcement K4K will encourage students to become leaders and in
turn impact the lives of other youth by building self esteem and the confidence
that comes from wearing quality footwear.
Joe Sunseri, New Orleans
Celebrate the food culture of the South --- The
Southern Food and Beverage Museum is a nonprofit living history organization
dedicated to the discovery, understanding and celebration of the food, drink,
and culture of the world through the eyes of the South!