Together and by association, Brothers and Lasallians carry out the educational mission. Associative Groups are born out of this tenant, deriving skill and spirituality from one another.to create educational communities to better serve their ministries and students. The Associative Groups are connected to and influence DENA through the Association for Lasallian Mission Committee.


LAAST

Lasallian Association of Albany, Syracuse, Troy

LAAST’s Lasallian membership are centered in the Capitol District of New York, but reach far west along the I-90 corridor to Niagara Falls.

Representatives on the Association Committee:
Mr. Matthew Michaud

LAMM

Lasallian Association of Metropolitan Ministries

Centered in the New York metro area, Lasallians of LAMM hail from ministries throughout New York City’s five boroughs, but also includes educators from upstate New York.

Representatives on the Association Committee:
Mr. Ted Frank
Mr. William Gault
Ms. Cecilia Gottsegen
Ms. Lisa Juncaj
Dr. John Wilcox

PALM

Philadelphia Area Lasallian Ministries

PALM’s membership of Lasallians is not only concentrated in the city of Philadelphia, but its surrounding suburbs.

Representatives on the Association Committee:
Ms. Jaime Longo
Mr. Raymond Ricci
Ms. Denise Wallace

RILAG

Rhode Island Lasallian Association Group

A small state makes for a close-knit cluster of associated Lasallians in Rhode Island.

Representatives on the Association Committee:
Ms. Nancy Benoit
Ms. Sarah Laitinen
Ms. Elissa Pensa-Cerros

ALL

Association of Legacy Lasallians

Legacy Lasallians continue to be energized and find their faith the Lasallian charism, working for the educational mission, even after retiring from or leaving their ministry.

Representatives on the Association Committee:
Mr. Raymond Ricci
Dr. John Wilcox