Torie is originally from St. Louis, and attended Spring Hill College in Mobile, AL. After graduating, she moved to New Orleans, began her career as an environmental recruiter and then worked at NO/AIDS Task Force in development. She has been on staff at the NKFL for 25 years and appreciates the support of staff, board members and volunteers throughout the years. Torie is active with the Fore!Kids Foundation, the charitable arm of the Zurich Classic, that raises money for children’s charities throughout south Louisiana.
Chief Executive Officer,
January 2004 – present
Director of Development,
January 1996 – January 2004
Although born in New Haven, CT, Tracey has lived in New Orleans for over 40 years. She earned a B.S. in Marketing from the University of New Orleans and has been working for the NKFL for over 12 years. Tracey loves books, movies and sports. She is a die-hard New Orleans Saints fan.
Community Development and Programs Manager,
September 2016 – present
Ms. Estep holds a Master of Jurisprudence in Health Law from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and a Bachelor of Science in Health Studies: Management and Marketing from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Currently, she manages the "Kidneys in the Classroom" and "Safe Rides with Uber Health" programs.
Event/Program Coordinator and Communications Specialist, January 2017 – present
Victoria Gudino began working with the National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana in January as an intern and is now a part-time employee. She manages all social media platforms, create newsletters for the foundation and keeps the website updated. Victoria is currently working on her Bachelors degree in Public Relations and English Writing.
Marketing and Social Media Coordinator, May 2020 - present