Community Partners

For profit and not-for-profit organizations in New Orleans are invited to be partners of Nola Black Professionals, a new digital space that offers the latest in job listings, career workshops, networking events, conventions, and uplifting news to support and contribute to the success of black professional both young and old.

Partners receive feature acknowledgment on our home page, links to their websites, and content placement for news and events.

For information on how you can partner with this new digital space dedicated to black owned-businesses, entrepreneurs, and professionals in the Greater New Orleans Region, contact Susan Isaacs at

The Urban League of Greater New Orleans Young Professionals (“ULGNOYP”) is an Urban League of Greater New Orleans auxiliary of young professionals committed to promoting and supporting the ideas and goals of the Urban League movement throughout the New Orleans area through community outreach, fundraising and membership development.

The New Orleans Regional Black Chamber of Commerce mission is to economically empower and sustain African American communities through entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the Greater New Orleans region.

The Good Work Network is dedicated to helping low-income and disadvantage micro entrepreneurs get the resources they need to succeed. It provides training, one-on-one consultation, group networking and collaboration opportunities, back office support services, market access assistance, and access to micro loan funds to individuals and businesses in the greater New Orleans area. Visit the website or call (504) 309-2073.

504Ward aims to encourage young people to stay in New Orleans and work to improve it. The 504Ward website features resources, events, and opportunities for young entrepreneurs in the city.