Mr. LeBlanc has over 40 years experience in nonprofit management, program development and implementation.� He has been with Volunteers of America for over 30 years and has been President/CEO of Volunteers of America of Greater New Orleans since 1992.� Because of his leadership in post hurricane Katrina rebuilding, Mr. LeBlanc was named the NonProfit Executive of the Year for 2006 by the NonProfit Times, the leading business publication for NonProfit Management in the United States.� As an active member of the New Orleans community, he was selected to be a member of the inaugural class of the Greater New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute, an initiative of the Chamber of Commerce to promote regionalism.� Mr. LeBlanc was named as a 2014 Role Model by the Young Leadership Council of New Orleans.Mr. LeBlanc is a member of the Board of the Capital One Community Development Corporation.� He serves on the Advisory Board of the Iberia Bank Community Development Entity.� He is a past member and past Board Chair of the Board of Directors of CARSA (Community and Residential Services Association), a statewide group of intellectual disabilities providers, a Board member of Volunteers of America, Inc., a member of the Volunteers of America National Services board, a past member of the board of LANO (Louisiana Association of NonProfit Organizations),� and President/CEO of the Renaissance Neighborhood Development Corporation, the housing arm of Volunteers of America of Greater New Orleans and a member of the Board of the Tulane/Canal Neighborhood Development Corporation.Mr. LeBlanc holds a Masters Degree in Social Work and a Masters Degree in Business Administration, both from Tulane University in New Orleans.
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