meet LaQuinta T Golliday

LaQuinta T Golliday

Office seeking election: President

  • Occupation: Accountant

  • Year of Graduation: 1995

Key Facts: 

• Graduate of Class of 1995 with B.A. in Accounting

• Over 10 years’ experience working with Non-profit organizations

• Currently employed as Staff Accountant at the New Orleans E. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA

Leadership Experience:

Dillard University National Alumni Association – National Treasurer (2017-Present)

Dillard University National Alumni Association – National 1st Vice-President (2016-2017)

Dillard University National Alumni Association – National Fundraising Chair (2016-2017)

Dillard University National Alumni Association – President of Chicago Chapter (2013-2016)

Dillard University National Alumni Association – Member of Greater New Orleans Chapter

 (2018-Present)

National Pan-Hellenic Council of Greater New Orleans – Chapter Delegate (2018-Present)

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. – Upsilon Mu Zeta Chapter (2018-Present)

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. – Tau Psi Zeta Chapter (2007-2018)

  • Fundraising Chair – 2008-2012

  • Amicae Sponsor – 2012-2013

  • NPHC-C Rep – 2013-2014

  • NPHC-C Audit Committee Chair – 2014-2015

  • Recording Secretary – 2014-2016

  • Z-HOPE Chair – 2016-2017

National Pan-Hellenic Council of Chicago – (2013-2018)

  • Community Outreach Chair (2016-2018)

  • Sankofa Banquet Chair (2014-2015)

  • Tau Psi Zeta Chapter Delegate

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk – Planning Committee Member (2015-2017)

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) – Member of South

 Suburban Chapter (2017-2018)

Why I wish to serve: If Elected President, my plan for DUNAA can be broken down into 3 categories

Strategic Planning

  1. Survey members for their desires for the future of DUNAA

  2. Assemble a team of alums with experience in planning, marketing, finance, and DUNAA’s history to assist in re-branding DUNAA

  3. Comprehensive review of current practices, board structure, and programs for opportunities of growth or change

  4. Use Standard Operating Procedures once updated

  5. Have stronger DUNAA representation at ALL Dillard and UNCF events and conferences, including local chapter events

  6. Have quarterly town-hall meetings with all alums

  7. Create a framework for DUNAA goals for 5 and 10 years from now.

 Partnerships

  1. Create a committee to assist UNCF in establishing IAC Council in New Orleans, and other cities that currently don’t have IAC’s

  2. Identify potential partnerships with alums at major companies

  3. Seek at least one opportunity per year to partner with other National HBCUs

  4. Review and enhance how we support and work with our current chapters and their programs

Leadership Academy

  1. Perform yearly training for executive board members so that we can be one cohesive board

  2. Perform workshops during Dillard students senior year on how to transition from Dillard Students to Dillard Alumni

  3. Create a Dillard intern program for those interested in leadership opportunities, both seasoned alums and recent graduates

  4. Create a DUNAA mentor program for students and alums in their perspective fields.