Quota has been like an open door that invited me into a room filled with opportunity and wonderful, talented, professional women who all wish to make a difference in our community.
I’ve been a member of Quota Baton Rouge for 38 years and have served as president. I’m so proud – and grateful – to be part of a dedicated group of women who have helped so many in our community in so many ways. The greatest benefit for me has been the friendships I’ve made. Quota members are smart, caring and accomplished women. We encourage and support each other through good times and bad. And we make sure to have fun together too!
The Mission Statement for QuotaBR is Quota Baton Rouge is a non-profit organization empowering woman, children, the deaf, hard-of-hearing, and people with speech difficulties.
The Vision of QuotaBR is to seek individuals committed to sharing their time, talent, and resources to meet QuotaBR service goals, and to serve country and community.
Quota Baton Rouge is a strong network of executives, business owners, and professional women who come together for friendship, leadership development, and service to the Baton Rouge community.
Co-founded the Baton Rouge Speech and Hearing Foundation, now known as The Emerge Center and supported the Center for 50 years.
WHO WE ARE
Quota Baton Rouge continues to develop leadership skills in professional women while raising funds to help others in ways that have lasting impact on the Greater Baton Rouge community. We provide a variety of valuable experiences, and our members can determine their own time and talent participation. While serving others is a top priority, establishing lifelong friendships is a natural result of the work we do together in support of our community causes. Making a difference in the lives of others is our driving force.
Here are some of the professions represented by Quota Baton Rouge members:Administrator
Mayor President of EBR