Thomas Jefferson Chapter, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Organizing Regent


The Thomas Jefferson Chapter is aptly named because our Organizing Regent, Brittney Kean,  is a direct descendant of Thomas Jefferson. Brittney is shown representing the Thomas Jefferson Chapter in Wreaths Across America at the Baton Rouge National Cemetery.  



Seated left to right- Mary Armstrong, National President; Elizabeth Sewell, State Regent; Brittney Kean, Organizing Chapter Regent

Standing- Susan Cunningham, Librarian; Kim Morgan, Historian; Cielle Clemenceau, Recording Secretary; Elaine Boston, Historian; Marian Harden, Chaplain; Lora McDaniel, Vice Regent

Not pictured: Sarah Brooks, Treasurer; Lynda Moreau, Corresponding Secretary

Distinguished Daughters


The Thomas Jefferson Chapter was honored to have Mary Armstrong, National President, at the inaugural installation of officers on May 5, 2019. Pictured are Elizabeth Sewell, State Regent, Brittney Kean, Organizing State Regent and Mary Armstrong, National President

Chapter Projects


Officers of the Thomas Jefferson Chapter donated books to the Genealogy Library at the Goodwood Branch of the East Baton Rouge Parish Library.

National President's Project


We were excited to hear about the President's Project at the first official meeting of the Thomas Jefferson Chapter. The project is the funding for the design development phase of the new interpretive signage in three areas along the new entrance road, the Poplar Forest Parkway, for Poplar Forest, Thomas Jefferson's retreat near Lynchburg, VA. Shown is National President, Mary Armstrong, holding a new children's book entitled Colonial Klaus in Thomas Jefferson's House, by Laura Macaluso. The proceeds from the sale of the book will be donated to the project.


Thomas Jefferson Chapter recognizes veterans and nurses

Members of the Thomas Jefferson Chapter met at la Madeline on Jefferson for their meeting on October 19, 2019. Member Terri Brandley was the speaker. She spoke of her time as a nurse in the Navy and at a VA Hospital in Kansas City.