Get On Board

Friday, March 17, 2023

8:30 am to 5:00 pm Ochsner Baptist Auditorium

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Get on Board 2023 is a hybrid event.

Attendees can attend in-person or remotely via Zoom.

In-person attendees will receive extra perks such as breakfast, lunch, and the ability to interact and create relationships with presenters, sponsors and other attendees at the event. All attendees will walk away from the training with access to digital copies of each session, giving them the tools to serve on a non-profit board knowledgeably and effectively, making them an asset to the organization they choose to serve.

The fee includes engaging presentations and interactive role-playing with nonprofit experts along with breakfast and lunch, snacks, and beverages. JLNO will also work with other nonprofits of whom are looking for enthusiastic, trained volunteers to serve on their boards.

Tickets on sale now:

$75.00 Virtual (JLNO members only)
$100.00 Virtual (non-JLNO members)
$150.00 In-Person
*Purchase your early bird tickets by February 28th and receive a $25.00 discount!”

Register HERE

Payment for the event must be received on or before March 17, 2023. If you are paying for more than one attendee and would like to send a check, please email the names of your attendees to and mail, or drop-off, a check for the appropriate amount to JLNO’s Headquarters at 4319 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, LA 70115.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship opportunities start at $500.

More information on Sponsorships coming soon

Each 2023 trainee will receive a contact list of local nonprofit organizations at the conclusion of the training.


Non-Profit Partnership

Click here to register your nonprofit if you are looking to fill seats on your board.

All attendees will walk away from the training with access to digital copies of each session, giving them the tools to serve on a non-profit board knowledgeably and effectively; making them an asset to the organization they choose to serve.

No refunds for cancellations or no shows.

Please reach out to, for questions or more information.

The 2023 schedule

Our 2023 speakers:

Dr. Toya Barnes-Teamer

As CEO of Teamer Strategy Group, LLC., Dr. Toya Barnes-Teamer brings more than 30 years of experience in administrative management; strategic enrollment management; workforce development; faculty and staff training; leadership searches; board development and training; research, assessment and evaluation; and diversity, equity and inclusion. Prior to her role as CEO, Barnes-Teamer served as a principal at HCM Strategists, LLC. where she provided expertise in state and system-level higher education research, policy, and cross sector collaboration.

Alice Franz Glenn

Alice Franz Glenn believes in servant leadership. As Executive Vice President of New Orleans & Company, she puts that belief into practice with a focus on the organization’s mission, sales, culture, government relations, operations and strategic initiatives. Through her education, career and volunteer efforts, Alice has developed expertise at the intersection of the political, nonprofit, and business communities. Over a two-decade career Alice has worked on political campaigns and with organizations such as the United Way, Loyola University of New Orleans, and the Louisiana Restaurant Association. Most recently, Alice was the founder and CEO of Glenn & Associates, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in strategy, fundraising, and community affairs that helps organizations leverage advocacy and philanthropy to maximize impact. Alice’s philanthropic and volunteer efforts are focused on gender equity, family support, and education.

Rayne Martin

During my 25 years of executive experience, I held many titles and directly led organizations with hundreds of employees and millions of dollars of services. I led an award-winning coalition to reshape statewide education legislation designed to ensure that all children, regardless of race, received a high-quality education. I created and scaled an innovative effort dedicated to ending inhuman housing relocation processes. I brought vital services back to a neighborhood that had been neglected for 20 years, and I rebuilt the first-of-its-kind school district after a natural disaster.

Now, I use my experience and unique strengths to help leaders dig deeper into their purpose and vision, fine-tune their strategies, overcome mindset blocks, and build the pathway to success in their big audacious dreams to see a better world for everyone.

This is my purpose.

Meaghan McCormack

Meaghan McCormack is the Chief Executive Officer for the St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation. Her efforts center on business retention, expansion, and attraction, strategic neighborhood development, workforce development and marketing the parish as a great place to live, work and play. She has previous experience working for the World Trade Center New Orleans and the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program. Meaghan is a graduate of Loyola University New Orleans with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Business Management Marketing and minors in Sociology and Mass Communication.