Learn all about the fellowship and how to apply at our webinar.
April 6 • 5:30 PM
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She Leads

We believe that investing in women and women-led activism is one of the most powerful levers we have to change the trajectory of low-income communities. The Coalition supports community-based activism and grassroots leadership development through a number of avenues, all of which support citizens in addressing classism, racism, and marginalization in their own lives and communities. Too often, their voices are ignored in the traditional, top-down structures of power. Ultimately, we seek to build a statewide network of women activists who are disrupting the current power structures and realizing change in their communities.

Launched in 2019, She Leads: Community Activist Fellowship seeks to build a statewide network of women activists who are disrupting the current power structures and realizing change in their communities. Our grantmaking philosophy is simple: Invest in women of color who are working to build their communities through activism, and we change the course of life for under-resourced communities, families, children, and cities, and ultimately the state of Louisiana.

Introducing the 2021 She Leads Fellows
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Roishetta Ozane

Westlake, Calcasieu Parish, LA
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Carolyn Tillman

Shreveport, LA
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Nicole Thomas

Baton Rouge, LA
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Gabriel Bolden Shaw

New Orleans, LA
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Rebbie Jones

Alexandria, LA
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Caitlin Douglas

Shreveport, LA
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Angelica Walters

Shreveport, LA
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Raina Vallot

Baton Rouge, LA
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Morgan Walker

New Orleans, LA
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Angela Myles

Shreveport, LA
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Kendra Anderson

New Orleans
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Nia K. Davis

New Orleans, LA
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Kelly Harris-DeBarry

New Orleans, LA
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Chasity Matthews

Shreveport, LA
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Cheron Holland

Alexandria, LA