Dec. 9, 2019
Institute’s newest fellows honored at a ceremony Dec. 5
NEW ORLEANS - There’s no question – our political climate is more divisive than ever. What can be done to help friends, families, and neighbors find common ground?
The 23 newest graduates of the Nancy M. Marsiglia Institute of Justice, honored at a ceremony on Dec. 5, are prepared to reclaim civil discourse, one kitchen table at a time.
The Marsiglia Institute, an initiative of United Way of Southeast Louisiana and Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, is a 12-week U.S. Constitution course that brings together a diverse group of community members to examine founding principles of U.S. government through the articles, Bill of Rights, and amendments of the Constitution; and understand the document’s relevance in modern-day America.
Through discussion, lectures, and insight from expert guest speakers, course participants gain the skills and knowledge to lift our community through civic engagement and advocacy.
Distinguished Fellows of the Marsiglia Institute of Justice’s fall 2019 class include:
- Donica' Beckett, Well-Ahead Louisiana
- Anthony Bentley, Community Leader
- Anthony Bloise, Community Leader
- Quiana Brown, KIPP New Orleans
- Tina Brown, Community Leader
- Ann Conger, LCMC Health
- Steven Edwards, Delgado Community College
- Paul Flower, Woodward Design+Build
- Janie Glade, Gladewaves, Inc.
- Vanessa Greenslade, United Way of Southeast Louisiana
- Bambi Hall, GEC, Inc.
- Torrie Harris, City of New Orleans
- Macede Jackson, ResCare/JOB 1 Business & Career Solutions
- Darrell Johnson, Campaign for Black Male Achievement/University of Louisville
- Ileana Ledet, Greater New Orleans, Inc.
- Mary Malone, Community Leader
- Syrita Steib Martin, Operation Restoration
- Grayson Pool, Douglas S Pool A Medical Corporation
- Hayne Rainey, E Pluribus Unum Fund
- Elizabeth Silverhawke, Community Leader
- Brinkley Serkedakis, Arabella Street Strategies
- Lea Young, Community Leader
- Patrick Young, New Orleans Business Alliance