“The class of 2020–the BEST CLASS EVER–not because we said so, but because we HAD to be.”
Bently B. Senegal, director of community services for Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center, shares how his Leadership Lafayette experience better equipped him to serve our community.
City of Austin’s economic development services coordinator, Skyra Rideaux, shares how her experiences from participating in LIA programs were pivotal for her career progression.
Joey Durel, former city-parish president and now self-employed realtor with Keaty Real Estate, tells how LIA impacted his choice to run for public office.
President Charles Fenstermaker of C.H. Fenstermaker & Associates, LLC shares how Leadership Lafayette continues to help him be more active and engaged in our community.
Director of Distance Education at South Louisiana Community College (SLCC), Stasia Herbert-McZeal, PhD, discusses the lessons learned and friendships gained through her Leadership Lafayette participation.
Liam Doyle, disability awareness coordinator and ADA coordinator for Lafayette Consolidated Government, shares how LIA helped him to make cross-generational connections with a diverse group of people with whom he wouldn’t have met otherwise.