About Northeast Louisiana Apartment Association

We are a professional organization of apartment owners, managers and suppliers to the apartment industry dedicated to orderly growth and development high standards of business ethics, and fair treatment and protection of rights of residents.

We maintain a line of dialogue with governmental officials at the local, state, and national levels. Your membership in the local association includes membership in the State and National Apartment Association as well.

As a member of the Northeast Louisiana Apartment Association you have access to state and national educational programs, newsletters, legislation and advocate updates.  On a local level, you will be having access to Fair Housing and industry educational classes and seminars, meetings, events.  Through events, our goal is to network our members to improve new business and industry relationships.

Code of Ethics

We the members of the Northeast Louisiana Apartment Association, support the spirit and intent of all local, state and federal fair housing laws for all residents without regard to color, race, religion, sex, marital status, mental or physical disability, age, familial status, sexual orientation or national origin.

We believe that equal opportunity can best be accomplished through effective leadership, education, and the mutual cooperation of owners, managers, and the public. Therefore, as members of the Northeast Louisiana Apartment Association, we agree to abide by allowing provisions of this Code for Equal Housing Opportunity.

  • We agree that in the rental, lease, sale, purchase, or exchange of real property, owners and their employees have the responsibility to offer housing accommodations to all persons on an equal basis.
  • We agree to set and implement fair and reasonable rental housing rules and guidelines, and will provide equal and consistent services throughout our residents’ tenancy.
  • We agree that we have no right or responsibility to volunteer information regarding the social creed, or ethnic composition of any neighborhood, and we do not engage in any behavior or action that would result in steering.
  • We agree not to print, display, or articulate any statements or advertisement that includes any preference, limitations, or discrimination in the rental or sale of housing.

Board of Directors

Kelli Hall

Signature Place, Standard Enterprise

Kelli has been part of the Standard Enterprise team serving as Property Manager of Signature Place Apartments for 4 1/2 years. She has served on the board for 3 years, currently holding the seat as Secretary. Her project management skills and her focus in delivering has made her a valuable addition to the apartment association. In Kelli’s spare time she loves photography, spending time with her family and the occasional beach trip.


Todd Wroten

Dixie Floors, Inc.

Todd Wroten is the owner of Dixie Floors, a family owned business for 30 years. He began with Dixie Floors working closely with his uncle building customer relationships that would last a lifetime. Todd has served on the board and held the Vice President seat for several years, giving his time to help with the multi housing industry in any way needed through service and donations.


Peggy Sullivan

State Farm Insurance

Peggy has been a State Farm Agent for 8 years in the Monroe community. The Apartment Association has been a very important part of her business. The first thing on her agenda when she became an agent was to join the association. Peggy loves the interaction with the apartment managers as well as the tenants. The passion for helping the association grew to a bigger role when she was asked to join the board 6 years ago. She plans to continue her growth in her agency by continuing her support to the Apartment Association.


Board Members

Adam Daniels

Sunquest Properties

Terri Ward

The Shutters of Sterling Fields

Bre Lambert

Blake Properties

Account Executive

Susan Schofield


Fair Housing and Tenant/Landlord Law

Staying Proactive and anticipating possible scenarios can alleviate fallout. Challenges can occur and often they involve your residents. Property owners and managers need to know and understand how to navigate Fair Housing issues. Relevant federal guidance, answers to frequent questions, emotional support animals, laws and legislation and resources.

The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination. You cannot be denied access to a home on the basis of your color, race, religion, sex, national origin, disability or familial status.