Do you know a member of a Black fraternity or sorority who lives in New Orleans and is making a major impact on their community?
Watch The Yard is sending its team to New Orleans in June to interview the Black greeks who are the top movers and shakers in their fields. Whether it be law, medicine, politics, business, tech, education, entertainment or art, we are looking to highlight the city’s most powerful and influential Black fraternity and sorority members.
Think Forbes’ 30 Under 30 but for Black fraternity/sorority members of all ages who are at the top of their fields and making major things happen in Louisiana.
Our goal is to highlight the city’s most influential people and talent, giving them a platform in front of our over 1 million monthly readers. We will do featured stories on and interviews with them, giving them a viral national platform.
If you or someone you know who is living in New Orleans should be nominated, fill out the nomination form below.
Our nomination form will be open until the 30th of May.
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