The Louisiana Creole Research Association, Inc., known as LA Creole, was founded on August 21, 2004 as a New Orleans-based, non-profit family research and educational organization.
Its purpose is to assist Creoles of Color in researching their ancestry, to educate the general public about Creole history and culture, and to celebrate the contributions and legacy of a unique, sometimes forgotten people.
LA Creole Mission Statement
Louisiana Creole Research Association (LA Creole) advances family research, provides education and celebrates Creole culture.
Board of Directors 2017
Dr. Elizabeth Rhodes, President
Chantell Nabonne, Vice-President
Armand Devezin, Secretary
Jennifer Ellsworth, Treasurer
Gwendolyn Bordenave (retiring Jan 1, 2018)
Ingrid Stanley (retiring Jan 1, 2018)
Joining the Board Jan 1, 2018:
Dr. Eva Simien Baham
Mark Charles Roudané