How many are there?

120 ladies

Where are they from?

40% consider themselves locals! Nearly 60% are from outside New Orleans. There are 17 different states represented in this year’s provisional class, including New York and Hawaii. Louisiana is the highest represented state, followed by Mississippi
and Alabama.



What they do

97% of provisionals work outside the home.

More than 50% are engaged with other community organizations including

Alpha Delta PiFriends of the CabildoNew Orleans Museum of Art
Alpha Kappa AlphaGreater New Orleans Sports FoundationNew Orleans Speech and Hearing Center, Big Class
American Cancer SocietyIndependent Women's OrganizationNOCP Homebuilders
Association for Women AttorneysKids ReThink New OrleansOrleans Public Education Network
Beautifully Restored Inc.Krewe of IrisPreservation Resource Center
Belle ReveLeukemia Cup RegattaPropeller
Bridge House/Grace HouseLouisiana AppleseedRau for Art Foundation
Broadmoor Improvement AssociationLusher Parents and Teachers AssociationSecond Harvest
Catholic CharitiesMarine Reconnaissance Foundation, GLMASirens of New Orleans
CHAIRishMovemberSoul Revival Fundraiser
Creative Alliance of New OrleansMusesSymphony Chorus
Crew of New OrleansMystic Krewe of Femme FataleTaste of the South
Daughters of the American RevolutionMystic Krewe of NyxThe Beautiful Foundation
Dress for SuccessNew Leaders CouncilTulane Kappa Alpha Theta
East Jefferson YMCANew Orleans 9/11 Memorial Stair ClimbUrban League
Edible School YardNew Orleans Bar AssociationWomen's Leadership Council
Einstein Group Young Leadership Council
Emerge America  
Firstline Schools  

Family Life

Almost half of the provisional class members are married and 6 are engaged.
22% have children (with a few on the way!)
Over 15% of the women with children have 3 or more!

Top Reasons They Joined JLNO

  1. Community Service/ Volunteering
  2. Meeting New People
  3. Networking
  4. Leadership Skills
  5. Personal Development
  6. Non-Profit Involvement