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Amy Landry is Owner and President of a nationwide learning and development company, Fuel Success Academy, LLC, which specializes in training and workforce development. Fuel Success Academy, LLC was awarded a grant funded opportunity from Greater New Orleans Foundation in 2015 for a workforce development program piloted at Children’s Hospital designed to develop entry level employees for career progression. Due to the success of the program, Fuel Success Academy, LLC was chosen again as the training provider for 2017’s expansion of the program throughout all of LCMC Health system of hospitals, which includes Children’s Hospital, Touro, West Jefferson, University Medical Center, and New Orleans East Hospital. Amy is also creator of a maternity reintegration program that transitions working mothers back to work from maternity leave through a seven session training program called BALANCE. The program was implemented at Shell Oil and Gas in 2018 for retention of top female engineer talent.
Landry is a charter member of American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) Crescent City Connections. Amy has served in several leadership roles and is currently President. Amy created two successful empowerment events with a training mentality to build skills enabling women to be part of the solution. She created a Leadership Conference held at NOLA Motorsports Park and an Equal Pay Day Celebration event held on National Equal Pay Day every year. Both events have become bigger and better each year, raising thousands for scholarship funds and empowering hundreds of women. In 2017, Amy was awarded the prestigious honor locally of ABWA’s Women of The Year.
Landry is Co-Founder and Project Leader of COP NOLA, a project created in the YLC, Young Leadership Council, 2016 Leadership Development series. The program has grown to garner more than $20,000 in funding the first year and is now under the umbrella of the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation working directly with the NOPD recruitment. COP NOLA is a free educational workshop series that prepares local citizens to successfully become NOPD officers.
Landry is Founder of a 501(c)3 non-profit Juno Work Balance, Inc. that supports working mothers by providing workforce reentry program through its Workforce Reentry Bootcamp program and its Baby Steps Business Development workshops.
She is very active in the community and is a 2017 alumni of EPNO, Emerging Philanthropist of New Orleans, a 2017 inaugural Economic Ambassador through NOLA Business Alliance, and member of POW (Power of Women) Business Network group, and a NOLA Chamber of Commerce Member.
Landry serves on the board for the NOLA SHRM, Society of Human Resources Management’s board as Director of Professional Development.