New Orleans Chapter Alumna members Millie Charles and Sybil Morial honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King during the MLK Day celebration on January 21, 2019.
The Times-Picayune is marking the Tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing 300 for 300 project highlighting New Orleanians who have left an indelible mark on the City. Alumna member Millie Charles was recently highlighted. You can read the entire story here.
Congratulations to New Orleans (LA) chapter members Sunni Lebeouf and Dr. Tammuella Singleton. Sunni was selected by Mayor Latoya Cantrell as the New Orleans City Attorney. Dr. Singleton was named a 2018 Belle by the American Cancer Society. New Orleans chapter members are on the move and continuing to make a difference in New Orleans.
New Orleans Chapter member Deb Elam hosted an evening of women celebrating women on the eve of International Women’s Day. ‘Dining With Deb’ was Ms. Elam’s inaugural event with more to come in the months ahead. To be sure, it was a truly wonderful dining experience, but it was, as Deb noted, much more –
Southern University at New Orleans’s (SUNO) honored Alumna Link Millie Charles by dedicating its new school of social work – – The Millie M. Charles School of Social Work. Millie Charles, who founded the SUNO School of Social Work in 1983, is a social worker pioneer, educator, civil rights, community and social justice activist. She