Providence Community Housing (PCH) CFO & Director of Asset Management, Lisa Sammons, has been accepted to Cohort 3 of the Loyola Women’s Leadership Academy. The Women’s Leadership Academy (WLA) at Loyola University New Orleans is designed to enable women in the region to achieve their greatest professional potential through leadership training, personal development, and one-on-one mentorships.
WLA consists of ten on-campus sessions, including keynote speakers, micro learning seminars, case studies, and an individual development plan. Each participant can grow and network with thought leaders in the region.
“It is an honor to be accepted into the Women’s Leadership Academy,” said Lisa Sammons, PCH CFO and Director of Asset Management. “I am eager to apply what I learn in the cohort to my role at Providence and as a New Orleanian who wants to contribute to building a bright future for our community.”
WLA participants tackle growth topics including project management, public speaking, critical thinking, emotional intelligence, conflict resolution, negotiation, strategic planning, business acumen, and networking.
“From the outstanding work Lisa does here every day, she is already a vital asset to Providence,” said Terri North, PCH President and CEO. “We look forward to seeing how the program brings a new perspective and skill set to strengthening Providence’s mission to produce and preserve quality, affordable housing for seniors and families.”
To learn more about the Loyola Women’s Leadership Academy, visit https://pacs.loyno.edu/womens-leadership-academy.