Loyola University New Orleans is launching a non-degree Women’s Leadership Academy this month and is seeking participants for its inaugural cohort.
High-profile speakers for the nine-month program include Loyola president Tania Tetlow; New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell; Republican political strategist and television commentator Mary Matalin; labor and employment lawyer Kim Boyle; Emmy-winning journalist and TV news executive Betsy Fischer Martin; author and communications leader Sally Forman; Loyola professor of management Michelle K. Johnston; former U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu; Louisiana Rep. Julie Stokes (R-Dist. 79); New Orleans City Councilwoman Helena Moreno; and Dr. Mary Killackey, chair of the Department of Surgery at the Tulane University School of Medicine.
Also slated to speak are Andy Kopplin, president and CEO of the Greater New Orleans Foundation, and John Nickens, president and CEO of Children’s Hospital New Orleans and LCMC Health Maternal and Child Health Services.
The academy meets all day one Tuesday per month for nine months, from April 19 through Jan. 21, 2020. Spots may still be available. Go to http://pcs.loyno.edu/pro grams/non-credit-courses/womens-leadership-academy.