Shreveport, LA – The LSUS Institute for Nonprofit Administration and Research is partnering with the Louisiana Alliance for Nonprofits to cohost the Conference for Louisiana’s Nonprofits. This conference will take place on November 8, 2022, from 7:30am to 3:30pm at L'Auberge Casino & Hotel in Baton Rouge, LA. Conference participants will spend a full day networking with other nonprofit professionals from around the state and learn from leading experts from around the country!
"We are so excited about this great partnership between Louisiana Alliance for Nonprofits and LSU Shreveport's INAR to present the first in-person state-wide conference focused on bringing our nonprofit leaders back together for idea sharing, collaborative opportunities and educational topics addressing our current business challenges," said Jill Roshto, the Executive Director of Louisiana Alliance for Nonprofits.
“We are very grateful for this partnership which expands our reach to nonprofits throughout the state of Louisiana,” said Dr. Heather Carpenter, Director of MS in Nonprofit Administration and Interim Executive Director of INAR.
Keynote speaker: JADA MONICA DREW, CEO, SOCIAL DESIGNS AUTHOR
Jada is the CEO of Social Designs, a leadership and diversity firm, and the visionary of the Bloom: Innovative Solutions for Inclusion conference. Social Designs provides training, consulting, and curriculum for organization in the public and private sector. The Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging for Educators 101 Virtual Academy and the Sharpen Your Inclusion Edge Virtual Academy have been instrumental in supporting the growth and transformation of leaders during the pandemic.
Keynote speaker: DENISE WHITE, CEO & FOUNDER, EAG SPORTS MGT.
Legendary crisis management strategist Denise White has established herself as the go-to fixer in the professional sports industry. White founded her firm, EAG Sports Management, in 1997 to service the management, public relations, marketing and crisis management needs of the biggest names in professional sports. Over the past two decades, she has solidified her reputation as the top crisis management advisor in sports, and has earned the trust of leagues, teams, coaches, agents, advisors, and attorneys alike.
Click HERE to register for the Conference for Louisiana’s Nonprofits.
LSUS Institute for Nonprofit Administration and Research conducts research to disseminate knowledge about nonprofit organizations and social research. The INAR offers nonprofit education programs, professional development seminars, and quality research and statistical analysis to clients. For more information, please visit https://www.lsus.edu/community/institute-for-nonprofit-administration-and-research.
The Louisiana Alliance for Nonprofits works to educate, engage, and empower the nonprofit community for a stronger Louisiana. We seek to educate the nonprofit sector by offering trainings in these core competencies: Financial Management, Human Resources, Disaster Preparedness, Communications, Governance, and Diversity Equity & Inclusion. We seek to engage nonprofits by fostering an environment of cooperation and collaboration to reduce duplication of services and resources and encourage the sharing of knowledge, experience, and lessons learned. We also seek to empower nonprofits by providing weekly public policy updates and communications from the National Council of Nonprofit Organizations so that they are informed on relevant state and national issues. For more information, please visit https://louisiananonprofits.org/