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Actors Equity Association - learn about the organization, casting call, news and events, resources, and services available.
American Bar Association - find a lawyer or get help with the one you have using this national lawyers professional organization.
American Business Women's Association - To bring together businesswomen 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.
Baton Rouge BBB - Baton Rouge - The Baton Rouge Better Business Bureau provides instant access to business and consumer alerts as well as helpful resources. Plus, you can file a complaint online and more. Check Out a Business or Charity - Complaints - Contact Us.
BBB Consumer and Business Reviews - The Better Business Bureau of the United States and Canada offers consumers and businesses resources including business and charity reviews, complaints and much more.
GNOCDC Greater New Orleans Community Data Center - Nonprofit data resource for ten Parishes in Greater New Orleans on people, income, housing, education, public safety, health and more, including data for neighborhoods.
Greater New Orleans, Inc. - is a public/private partnership that works to create new jobs and investment in 10 parishes of Southeast Louisiana centered on the City of New Orleans. The region, which accounts for about one-third of Louisiana's economy, includes the parishes of Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. James, St. John the Baptist, St. Tammany, Tangipahoa and Washington.
Home Builders Association of Greater New Orleans - New Orleans - is one of the state's largest and oldest trade associations established in 1942. Site is divided into major sections addressing the specific needs of Builders and Consumers.
Independent Insurance Agents of Greater New Orleans - Metairie - A professional organization for independent insurance agents. This is the local office of the national organization.
Junior League of New Orleans - The Junior League of New Orleans is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Women building a greater New Orleans.
Louisiana Certified Public Accountants - Get the new CPE catalog, membership information, and the latest CPA news.
Louisiana Economic Development - In Louisiana, businesses are discovering a fair and open environment that rewards innovation and fosters growth. Louisiana Economic Development is responsible for strengthening the state's business environment and creating a more vibrant Louisiana economy. With dedicated and knowledgeable professionals committed to Louisiana's economic future, LED strives to help businesses find the resources they need to make relocation and expansion a successful, profitable endeavor.
Louisiana Notary Association - the official organization for notaries in Louisiana which is non-profit. Legal information, statutes, notices, updates, news, publications, calendar, site search, membership info and contact info.
Louisiana State Bar Association - Louisiana's online legal source of information. You can find information local attorneys and much more.
Made in Mind Social - The Made In Mind Social is a community of local creatives. It was started in New Orleans by Ciera Holzenthal of Ciera Design and now you can now start a chapter in your city! Each chapter is free to plan the events to benefit their area. That could be demos, cocktail hour, business planning, crafting, coffee or whatever inspires you and your community!
Maritime Injury Center - Expert information on all topics related to maritime accidents and injuries. If you’ve been injured on the job, you have legal rights and options. There are several acts which are covered by the Maritime Injury Center including the Jones Act, the Longshore Harbor and Workers' Compensation Act and the Death on the High Seas Act. Find out more about the maritime workers maintenance and cure. Go to: Maritime Lawyers.
My Sisters’ Keeper - Empowerment, Encouragement and Advancement of Women. MSK is a non-profit organization that caters to the needs of women and the needs of our communities.
New Orleans Association of Legal Administrators - The mission of ALA is to improve the quality of management in legal services organizations; to promote and enhance the competence and professionalism of legal administrators and all members of the management team; and represent professional legal management and managers to the legal community and to the community at large.
New Orleans Chapter of the ACFE - Non-profit organization whose goal is to provide training and networking to professionals engaged in finding, detecting, preventing or prosecuting Fraud, Waste, Corruption, Ethics Violations, and the Abuse of Public and Private Funds.
New Orleans Metro Area BBB - New Orleans & the Tri Parish Area - The New Orleans Better Business Bureau provides instant access to business and consumer alerts as well as helpful resources. Plus, you can file a complaint online and more. Check Out a Business or Charity - Complaints - Contact Us.
SAG~AFTRA - SAG~AFTRA which is the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists - offers news, programs, opportunities, resources, agents, health and retirement information.
Southeast Louisiana BBB - New Orleans Better Business Bureau. Find Member Information: How and why to join the BBB, membership standards, online Member Roster, New Orleans, Houma, Searchable Member Roster.
Women's Professional Council - WPC promotes professional advancement and involvement in the community through philanthropic giving and support of opportunities for women. Numerous professions and industries are represented in the group including legal, banking, insurance, hospitality, healthcare, arts and education. Membership is limited and available by invitation.
Young Leadership Council - In 1986, a handful of young New Orleanians came together to tackle problems facing the community. They formed their own organization and called it the Young Leadership Council. Their unique and primary focus was leadership development through community projects.
The YLC lives on more than 25 years later in the same tradition with more than 1,300 members and numerous community projects.
Young Nonprofit Professional Network|Greater New Orleans - YNPN is a national organization and is the only organization in New Orleans that helps young people, between the ages of about 16- 35, who work or volunteer in the nonprofit sector by providing networking opportunities, professional development, volunteer opportunities, and more for free. YnpnGNO gives students in their last years of high school and in college and young professionals support throughout the last years of high school, college, and the beginning of their careers and gives professionals and their organizations the opportunity to cultivate new business relationships.