Share This Profile
Share this profile on Facebook.
Link to this profile on LinkedIn.
Tweet this profile on Twitter.
Email a link to this profile.
See other services through which you can share this profile.
This profile was last updated on 12/11/13  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Deborah Langhoff

Wrong Deborah Langhoff?
Mail - 4234 Canal Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70119
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

42 Total References
Web References
LaRoots Home Page, 11 Dec 2013 [cached]
DNC Committeewoman Deborah Langhoff, LDP Chair Karen Carter Peterson and other Louisiana delegates were interviewed by Bruce Alpert, Washington Bureau, The Times Picayune
"Beaucoup Blues" was Louisiana's first democratic grassroots convention, held in New Orleans on July 21-23, 2005 (having been postponed two weeks due to a hurricane threat), and organized by a small dedicated group called Team Beaucoup Blues, led by Tulane student Monisha Sujan and Deborah Langhoff of LaRoots, with sponsorships from Democracy for America and the Hilton Garden Inn.
Due to the publication of the LaRoots e-bulletin, a direct involvement in neighborhood recovery issues, and a campaign for the state legislature, Deborah Langhoff (red shirt) was invited to join in the hour long meeting. (Also pictured are NAACP leader Denatus King and Pam Deshiell from the Holy Cross neighborhood.
Alan and Deborah Langhoff
4234 Canal Street New Orleans, LA 70119 (504)258-9160 This email address is being protected from spambots.
Most of the LaRoots team won ..., 27 April 2006 [cached]
Most of the LaRoots team won a second term, including Megan, Alan, and Deborah Langhoff, who was again the first place finisher among 29 candidates in District A, elected to return as 1st Vice Chair, with James Gray as Chair.
Deborah also returned to the Democratic State Central Committee, this time as an unopposed candidate, to serve a second term. Upon the election of DNC Committeewoman Karen Carter Peterson as the first woman to lead the Louisiana Democratic Party, Deborah was elected to serve as the state's new DNC Committeewoman by 99 of 143 members present.
The moderator of the discussion was Deborah Langhoff, Vice-Chair OPDEC and member of the State Central Committee.
A number of LaRoots-supported candidates were elected to the Democratic State Central Committee in 2008, including District 94 representatives Phil Costa and Deborah Langhoff, who overcame an incumbent state officeholder to win her seat with 72% of the vote.
For the 2008-2012 term, the first new Chair in 16 years, Chair James Gray, and new 1st Vice Chair Deborah Langhoff were unanimously elected to lead the committee, and by April 2008, Alan Langhoff created OPDEC's first website, making the DPEC's membership and its by-laws transparent to the public.
Because the LaRoots e-bulletin, a direct involvement in neighborhood recovery issues, and a campaign for the state legislature, Deborah Langhoff (red shirt) was invited to join in the hour long meeting. (Also pictured are NAACP leader Denatus King and Pam Deshiell from the Holy Cross neighborhood.
"Rebuilding the Democratic Party"...a day-long workshop in Lafayette on January 12, 2007, followed the first grassroots convention in New Orleans in 2005, "Beaucoup Blues," and it was organized by Beaucoup Blues participants Mike Stagg in Lafayette, Vicki Lancaster in Baton Rouge and Deborah Langhoff in New Orleans.
I also talked with Democrat and ... [cached]
I also talked with Democrat and community activist Deborah Langhoff and young Lakeview resident and Republican Phil Brickman.
Deborah Langhoff
I just found out about this election last week and jumped on the ball and found what information I could and even managed to grab interviews with three of the candidates over the weekend for this week's podcast (check back Wednesday to hear what Phil Brickman, Jeb Bruneau and Deborah Langhoff think about the issues that matter during the Blogging New Orleans podcast).
The rest of the field includes a national Democrat favorite Deborah Langhoff, a young lawyer and Republican Phil Brickman, the elderly Democrat Bill Vanderwall, Republican unknown John Holahan and Republican lawyer Nick Lorusso.
The liberal Feminist Bloggers Network says Langhoff has a good chance since Shelly Midura won the district for city council and took it from Jay Batt.
Hopefully at least Bruneau and Langhoff will get back to me so I can tell you what they really think of the issues that matter and whether they plan on pushing unnecessary agendas.I have a vested interest in this election since I live on City Park ave in Mid-City and grew up in Lakeview.
According to the three candidate bios I found:
Bruneau grew up on Argonne (near Hynes) in Lakeview, went to Ganus and LSU and is now a sales and marketing executive who is president of the Lakeview Civic Improvment Association Langhoff is a former professional ballet dancer, former owner of the Dream Palace on Frenchman, active Ben Franklin HS parent and liaison with NOCCA, Jazz Fest volunteer, and the Lake Vista rep for CHAT.
I could be seen as partial to Langhoff because I went to Franklin, but the national backing can be a turnoff (especially from DailyKos because some of his views are too leftwing even for mean since I skew more Louisiana Liberal or moderate Democrat).Bruneau has some of the slickest stuff out there and his father's connections could help him and us down the road (considering the state is starting to skew more Republican with the destruction of New Orleans), but I don't agree with his 'Family Values' Republican party line opinion (I don't think my tax dollars should pay for any religious institution's programs and a woman's body is hers and not mine) and I do agree with the need for chance that has effected the smaller parts of the New Orleans area (the mayor didn't change due to imported votes for evacuees that don't seem to be coming back anytime soon and Jefferson was re-elected due to the poor choice available in the runoff).
December 14, 2007 CONTACT: Deborah ... [cached]
December 14, 2007 CONTACT: Deborah Langhoff
Deborah Langhoff to Run for Party Position from District 94
LA - Community activist Deborah Langhoff announced her candidacy for the Democratic State Central Committee from District 94, on the heels losing a run-off bid to serve the historically conservative district in the Louisiana House of Representatives.
Langhoff also began the LaRoots database and e-bulletin network in 2004, a communication tool for grassroots activism.
Deborah and her husband Alan own and operate a computer consulting business in the district.
Deborah attended local public schools including Gentilly Terrace, McDonough #28 and
Deborah Langhoff
Neighborhood President Community Advocate
Deborah Langhoff DNC ..., 2 July 2012 [cached]
Deborah Langhoff DNC Committeewoman
Other People with the name "Langhoff":
Other ZoomInfo Searches
Accelerate your business with the industry's most comprehensive profiles on business people and companies.
Find business contacts by city, industry and title. Our B2B directory has just-verified and in-depth profiles, plus the market's top tools for searching, targeting and tracking.
Atlanta | Boston | Chicago | Houston | Los Angeles | New York
Browse ZoomInfo's business people directory. Our professional profiles include verified contact information, biography, work history, affiliations and more.
Browse ZoomInfo's company directory. Our company profiles include corporate background information, detailed descriptions, and links to comprehensive employee profiles with verified contact information.