February Community Connect – Al Sidhom

Witry Collective is incredibly excited to introduce our newest member, Al Sidhom. Al has over 20 years experience in real estate and his knowledge will be a huge asset to the firm. We encourage you to look out for Al and his listings, as he can guide you skillfully through the buying or selling process. […]

November Community Connect – Eric Ramstead & Johanna Ecke

Perhaps you have heard the famous Tennessee Williams quote, “America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. Everywhere else is Cleveland.” New Orleans, like New York and San Francisco, is truly a unique place, known to stir the souls of those who visit it. Tennessee Williams was not a native of our […]

December Community Connect – Will Cox

The holiday season is a time to give thanks and celebrate traditions with one another! In New Orleans, this may include holiday parties, concerts, snapping a memorable photo in the Roosevelt’s beautifully lit lobby, candy cane martinis at The Sazerac Bar, a train ride through City Park’s Celebration in the Oaks, Christmas Eve bonfires lighting […]

October Community Connect – Julia Breaux Melancon

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, “the human-animal bond is a mutually beneficial and dynamic relationship between people and animals that is influenced by behaviors essential to the health and wellbeing of both.” Research shows that having a pet offers numerous health benefits, including decreased stress, fewer allergies, lower blood pressure, and increased serotonin […]

September Community Connect – Rev. William “Bill” Terry

September’s Community Connect article is dedicated to The Very Rev. William “Bill” Terry and his transformational work as Dean of the Downtown Deanery and Rector of St. Anna’s Episcopal Church in the Historic Treme Neighborhood of New Orleans. This year, New Orleans celebrates its 300th Anniversary! Founded in 1718, New Orleans boasts some of the […]

August Community Connect – Matt Vaughan

Matt Vaughan might be the world’s most interesting locksmith, which is why we are delighted to highlight him as our Community Connect Client for the month of August. Matt was raised on the Northshore of New Orleans, but has lived downtown since 1992. He began his career in the service industry, working his way up […]

July Community Connect – Aaron Frumin

For many of us, high school was a time of struggling with questions regarding identity and self-worth. Some kids would rather escape than face the pressures of growing up and navigating what feels like an overwhelming terrain of emotions and expectations. In this competitive and ever-changing world, how do we teach our kids the value […]

June Community Connect – Witry Collective Industry Partners

It is no secret that competition has its benefits; it pushes us to work harder and faster, testing our skills and helping us achieve our goals. However, competition can also have a dark side; people are less likely to trust each other and share information, and it therefore becomes difficult to communicate ideas for the […]

May Community Connect – Gabrielle Begue

“We shape our buildings; and thereafter, our buildings shape us.” – Winston Churchill Among many things, New Orleans is a city with rich history, an abundance of culture, and rare architecture. Walking through parts of the French Quarter can feel as if you’ve been transported back in time. The architecture of our great city is […]

April Community Connect – Lelia Gowland

As promised, we are excited to introduce the remarkable Lelia Gowland for this month’s Community Connect. With modern advances in technology, we are constantly consuming and exchanging knowledge without giving it much thought. It is now more important than ever to know where our information is coming from and to have trusted, well-educated sources. This […]