The Louisiana Budget Project (LBP) monitors and reports on public policy and how it affects Louisiana’s low- to moderate-income families. We believe that the lives of Louisianans can be improved through profound change in public policy, brought about by:
- creating a deeper understanding of the state budget and budget-related issues
- looking at the big picture of how the budget impacts citizens
- encouraging citizens to be vocal about budget issues that are important to them
- providing insight and leadership to drive the policy debate
LBP was formed in 2006 as an initiative of the Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations, and became a stand-alone organization in 2013. LBP is a member of the State Priorities Partnership, a network of state-level policy organizations coordinated by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
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The Louisiana Budget Project’s vision is to make Louisiana government transparent and accountable for all Louisiana citizens.
The Louisiana Budget Project will provide sound analysis of state fiscal issues to promote economic prosperity, a rising standard of living, and the opportunity for all citizens to reach their highest potential.
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Board of Directors
Andrew Muhl, Chair
State Director of Advocacy, AARP Louisiana
Ashley Shelton, Secretary
Executive Director, Power Coaltion
Jesse Gilmore, Treasurer
Vice President for Development, LSU Health Sciences Foundation
Charmaine Caccioppi, member
Chief Operating Officer, United Way of Southeast Louisiana
Taniecea Arceneaux Mallery, member
Graduate Faculty Member, College of Education, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Susan East Nelson, member
Executive Director, Louisiana Partnership for Children and Families
Rob Tasman, member
Executive Director, Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops
Van Temple, member
Retired Executive Director at Crescent City Community Land Trust
Frankie Robertson, member
Funders and Partners
The LBP is an independent, nonpartisan program that is part of the State Priorities Partnership (SPP), coordinated by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. The mission of the network is to further develop the identity of the state’s nonprofit sector and its capacity to impact public policy through coordinated and strategic policy efforts.
Our funders include:
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
- Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation
- Ford Foundation
Our partners include: