Join the New Orleans Chapter of the National Speakers Association

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Join the National Speakers Association

Once national membership is achieved, you are eligible to join the New Orleans chapter. Not a member of NSA? Go to NSAspeaker.org/join to learn more.

Becoming A Member of NSA New Orleans
Whether you are already a professional speaker or are interested in becoming a speaker and would like to join our chapter, we suggest you attend one of our local professional development workshops as a guest. Meet everyone. Check us out. There are no high pressure tactics to join. You are not required to become a member to participate in our workshops, but there are many benefits to becoming a member.

To become a member of our local chapter, you must first become a member of the National Speakers Association. As of 2021, the membership levels of our national organization have been revamped with different tiers, perfect for speakers at any point in their professional speaking career. Learn more and become a member of NSA.

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Accelerate Your Career in Professional Speaking
Each month, our local programming focuses on one of the components necessary to build a successful speaking business. If you wish to be a part of a like-minded community of speaking professionals, a community where the pursuit of knowledge and the sharing of ideas is a way of life, our chapter workshops are the place to start. Our members also subscribe to the NSA Code of Ethics and the guidelines noted in our chapter By-laws.

Chapter Leadership Awards
NSA New Orleans also offers opportunities for members to grow their leadership and service skills. Our chapter has long recognized the Chapter Members of the Year. In 2004, the Board of Directors created a new leadership award named after the original recipient, Billy Arcement. The Billy Arcement Leadership Award which will become an annual presentation, is the highest award for service a member can receive and is equivalent in statue to the Cavett, the most prestigious award given annually by the National Speakers Association to one of its over 4000 members.