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Westbank Business and Industry Association (WBIA)

WBIA, formerly Havey Canal Industrial Association (HCIA), was founded in 1946 by and for companies along the Harvey Canal for the purpose of increasing business. Today, WBIA is an association consisting of companies located in serveral parishes on the west and east banks of the Mississippi River throughout the metropolitan area. Leaaf is a member of WBIA, and Jesse Hoppes, a managing member of Leaaf, serves on the WBIA Board.

Louisiana Brownfields Association (LBA)

Founded in July of 2006, the LBA’s goal is to promote environmental restoration, economic revitalization, natural resource preservation, conservation and recreational-based beneficial reuse, enhancement of financial and regulatory incentives, job creation and training, public health, environmental equity and justice, and community outreach and education. Leaaf is a member of LBA and Claire Renault, one of Leaaf’s founding members, is a Board Member.

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Louisiana Urban Stormwater Coalition (LUSC)

The LUSC is an EPA and LDEQ-supported nonprofit organization that assists parishes, municipalities, neighborhoods, and MS4s in meeting stormwater program goals through education. Claire Renault, one of Leaaf’s founding members, is a member of LUSC and is in the process of completing her certification to become a Stormwater inspector for construction sites.

National Association for Environmental Professionals (NAEP)

NAEP is a multi-disciplinary association for professionals dedicated to the advancement of the environmental professions and serves as a forum for state-of-the-art information on environmental planning, research and management. Leaaf is a member of NAEP.

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New Orleans Commercial Real Estate Women (NOCREW)

NOCREW is the premier commercial real estate association for women (and even a few savvy men!) in the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan Area from all disciplines in commercial real estate. Rachel Fenasci is an active member of NOCREW.

Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)

The CMAA is North America’s only organization dedicated exclusively to the interests of professional Construction and Program Managment. CMAA is leading the growth and acceptance of construction management as a professional discipline that can add significant value to the entire construction process, from conception to ongoing operation. Leaaf is an active member of the Gulf Coast Chapter.

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Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS)

SMPS is acommunity of marketin and business development professionals working to secure profitable business relationships for their A/E/C companies. SMPS offers members professional development, leadership opportunities, and marketing resources to advance their careers. Rachel Fenasci is an active member of the Southeast Louisiana Chapter (SELA).

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