Nolan V. Rollins, the current president of the Urban League of Greater New Orleans, has been named the new president of the Los Angeles Urban League, it was announced by Noel Massie, chair of the Los Angeles Urban League board of directors. With his move to Los Angeles, Rollins becomes the seventh president of League’s 91-year-old Los Angeles affiliate. He also becomes its chief executive officer and will take over in Los Angeles after five years as president/CEO of the New Orleans affiliate. Rollins succeeds Blair H. Taylor who served as president and CEO of the Los Angeles affiliate 2005-2012, but left in June to join Starbucks. Rollins is expected to assume the new role in February.