About the MLTC

The 2019 Management and Leadership Training Conference (MLTC), will take place from January 16-18, 2019, in New Orleans, LA at the Westin New Orleans Canal Place. The theme for this year’s event is Community Action: A Voice for Change.


Online registration for the 2019 Management and Leadership Training Conference is now CLOSED.

Code of Conduct

Click here to access the Code of Conduct for Partnership events. All event attendees are required to abide by the Code of Conduct.

2019 MLTC Agenda

The Program Book is a comprehensive guide for all workshops, activities, and gatherings happening at the 2019 Management and Leadership Training Conference in New Orleans, LA. Complete with session descriptions, speakers, schedule, hotel map and more. Click here to download the 2019 MLTC Program Book. 

Access and download the MLTC App by searching the App Store or Google Play for “2019 National CAP Events,” then enter the passcode “MLTC19.” The App is free and easy to use. Access workshop materials, schedules, and speaker information — all from your smart phone! Click here to download the Mobile Event App Guide. Click here to for full list of sessions and their evaluations.

Want to find the time and location of a workshop without flipping through the Program Book? Download the At-A-Glance Schedule for a concise, easy-to-read itinerary to help you plan your day.

Register now for the “Communities in Action Bus Tour”

Our local host, Total Community Action, will lead a tour of the former Charity Hospital site, which has been closed since Hurricane Katrina and is slated to be redeveloped, with community input. 

Total Community Action and its partner, the Greater New Orleans Community Foundation, will describe how the community has been involved in determining the use of the site, which is located in an Opportunity Zone, a designation which seeks to provide private capital to projects in low-income areas. 

The renovation will be designed to incorporate a wide variety of community benefits into the completed project. Among the areas to be addressed are the need for health care institutions, affordable housing, improved transportation, a homeless shelter with support services, the incubation of local small businesses, workforce development, increased retail, increased availability of child care, and a new main library for the city. In addition to the benefits of the new Opportunity Zone designation, the project also plans to use New Market Tax Credits as part of its financing package. Click here for more details. 

The tour will occur Tuesday, January 15th, from 2 to 5 pm. It will include a bus tour of the site, followed by discussion and refreshments at the offices of the Greater New Orleans Community Foundation. Space is limited and registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Those registered should meet in the lobby of the Westin at 1:45 pm. Click here to register.