At-Large Director 2019-2022
Alice Franz Glenn brings a deeply strategic mind and entrepreneurial spirit to the Junior League of New Orleans. As a League leader, Alice focuses heavily on developing and ensuring organizational strength of the League, from employing data to drive decision-making and strategic planning, to strengthening and advancing fundraising efforts, to aligning League members along a shared vision and goals while challenging them to think for the future. Alice utilizes her leadership experience to support new leaders in the New Orleans community while advancing the mission of her League.
Since joining the Junior League of New Orleans in 2009, she has served in a wide variety of leadership positions. Starting as Development Committee Chair in 2010, she would go on to hold several chair positions on her way to becoming President. Alice served as Community Shift Chair, Provisional Chair, Membership Evaluation Committee Chair and Membership Council Director.
Alice’s community work extends far beyond The Junior League, including leadership roles at the United Way of Southeast Louisiana and Women United, a global campaign operating through the United Way dedicated to empowering women’s economic stability, changing the lives of children and building the next generation of leaders. Her leadership experience also includes working for A Shared Initiative, Inc., an organization dedicated to providing affordable leadership and driving financial inclusion.
Alice’s professional experience spans the public and private sector. She currently serves in the Louisiana House of Representatives as Legislative Assistant to the Speaker Pro Tempore. Alice also is the owner of Glenn & Associates, a boutique consulting firm whose clients include local and regional non-profit organizations. She previously worked for the Louisiana Restaurant Association Education Foundation, Loyola University and the United Way for the Greater New Orleans Area.
Alice is a graduate of Millsaps College, receiving a B.A. in Political Science. She received an M.A. in Liberal Arts from Tulane University.