Barry Stevens, President/CEO
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Barry is active in Lions International, and served as District Governor of District 8-I for the Lions year 2016-2017. His hobbies include running and genealogy. He and his wife Gayla are the parents of three grown daughters and proud grandparents of two granddaughters and three grandsons.
Victoria Smith, Community Development Coordinator
Victoria Smith has served the Northeast Louisiana Arts Council since November 2018. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts with a Concentration of Art Education K-12 from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Victoria taught for several years in Ouachita Parish. She is also a local artist. With a passion for art education and the process of making, Victoria can be found at the Downtown Gallery Crawls or volunteering her time to help with kids activities. Her hobbies include traveling, drawing, and painting. She and her fiancé reside in Monroe.
Board of Directors
]Ashley West, Board Chair
Alex Schott, Administrative Vice Chair,
Adrienne LaFrance-Wells, Community Vice Chair
Linda O’Neal, Development Vice Chair
Chris Hyde, Treasurer
Janna Graff, Secretary