Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana Announces New Board Member; Officers for 2023-2025
NEW ORLEANS, LA (July 13, 2023) – Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana is pleased to announce the appointment of a new board member, Brittny Barnes of B Interior Design Studio.
“Our Board of Directors is comprised of a dedicated team of community leaders who are committed to ensuring community needs are met by providing vision, support and resources throughout the southeast Louisiana community,” said Voris R. Vigee, President and CEO of Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana. “We are excited to have Brittny’s talent, expertise, and energy added to our existing board to help further our mission.”
Additionally, the 2023-2024 Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana Board of Directors are: Chairman, S. Chuck Viator of Viator Wealth Management Group; Chair-Elect, Dr. Rupa Jolly; Secretary, Thomas J. McGoey, II of Liskow & Lewis; Treasurer, Louis Colin, Sr. of LJC Management, Inc.; Immediate Past-Chair, Tod Smith of WWL-TV; and board members Brittny Barnes, of B Interior Design Studio; Victoria Adams Phipps of Fourth Economy Consulting; Charique L. Richardson of Digital Innovation Media Group; Christy N. Ross of Louisiana Public Health Institute; Stephen C. Schrempp of Stephen C. Schrempp, CIC; Lynn E. Swanson of Jones, Swanson, Huddel & Daschbach, LLC; Michelle Treschwig, CPA, of Kushner Lagraize CPAs & Consultants; David P. Vicknair of Scott Vicknair, LLC; and Voris R. Vigee of Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana.
Dropbox link to photos of board members located HERE.
About Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana:
Volunteers of America is one of the nation’s oldest and largest comprehensive human services organizations with 16,000 paid professionals, dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. Founded in 1896, the faith-based nonprofit has affiliates in over 400 communities in 46 states, the District of Columbia, and serves more than 1.5 million people a year.
For over 127 years, Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana has empowered and uplifted individuals including veterans, at-risk youth, low-income seniors, men and women returning home after incarceration, homeless individuals and families, persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, families in need of affordable housing, and those recovering from addictions. Our work touches the mind, body, heart – and ultimately the spirit – of those we serve, integrating our deep compassion with highly effective programs and services. Visit www.voasela.org for more information.
For more information about Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana, visit www.voasela.org