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Otha “Tre” Nelson III joined Ochsner Baton Rouge as regional director of economic development and community initiatives.
Originally from Baton Rouge, Nelson will focus on developing and nurturing Ochsner’s relationships with community organizations, partners and stakeholders, as well as expanding his economic footprint.
Nelson previously worked for the Baton Rouge General Medical Center and has experience in government relations. He graduated with Distinction from Northwestern State University, where he obtained a BA in Liberal Arts.
Grace Hébert Curtis Architects announces the following promotions in its Baton Rouge office:
Gary “Jimmy” Hébert Jr. and Jody Gascon were named leaders in architecture. Catherine “Cat” Kogel was appointed senior administrative officer.
Barry lann, architect; Kelsey Adams, interior decoration; and Rebecca Moses, business development, have been appointed partners.
Remuneration of Luba workers added two executives to its management team.
Luc Blalock was hired as vice-president, controller, a new position for the company.
Blalock spent 12 years with Guaranty Corp. and its subsidiary, Guaranty Income Life Insurance Co., a national life insurance and annuity company.
He received a bachelor’s degree from LSU and a master’s degree from the University of New Orleans.
Ryan inzenga was hired as assistant vice president, director of underwriting.
Inzenga brings nearly 15 years of worker compensation experience having worked in several different markets including Louisiana, New Mexico, Iowa and North Carolina.
He received a BA from Mississippi College and an Executive MBA from the University of New Mexico.
Thomas Plagemann was appointed CFO of PosiGen.
Plagemann has nearly 30 years of experience in financial and investment management for energy and infrastructure companies.
PosiGen is a leading provider of renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions for low to moderate income homeowners.
Loyalty bank announces the following personnel movements:
Jim schoen has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Director of Small Business Banking.
Schoen has 37 years of retail and small business banking experience at several national and regional banks. He has been Head of Commercial Relations at Fidelity Bank since 2019.
Bryan bode was appointed Senior Vice President, Human Resources.
Bode is a 25 year veteran in the banking industry. He previously served as Second Vice President of Human Resources for Pan American Life Insurance Co., based in New Orleans.
Steve mcneal, vice-president and treasurer of Entergy Corp., announced his intention to retire in the spring of 2022.
McNeal joined Entergy in 1982 and has held several positions in the finance department. He was promoted to treasurer in 1998.
Green barrett, Vice President of Commercial Operations for Entergy Wholesale Commodities will succeed McNeal, with an effective date to be confirmed in early 2022.
In this role, Green will lead the company’s treasury function, including finance, risk and investments.
Green has held various positions at Entergy since joining the company in 1997. He received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Mississippi, a master’s degree in engineering from Virginia Tech, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Mississippi. Northwestern’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management. University.
Larry Borda joined the construction industry team at Phelps.
Borda has worked with architects, engineers and construction companies, both as a lawyer and as an insurer.
Stewart Interior Contractors, a drywall and structural steel contractor is pleased to announce the appointment of a new board of directors and officers for the company.
The new members of the board of directors are:
- Gordon stewart, President and CEO
- Patrick lind, Executive Vice President
- Sarah robertson, vice-president and secretary
- Robin Hunter, vice-president of estimation
- Maggie Morvant, financial director and treasurer
In addition to the newly elected board members above, Stewart has hired a project manager, Allison Barganier.
Dr Denise Basow was appointed first chief digital officer for Health Ochsner.
Basow will join the leadership team, lead the strategy and growth of Ochsner’s digital health programs, creating new digital businesses and expanding clinical operations regionally and nationally to create a more convenient and cost-effective experience that delivers better patient outcomes.
She spent 25 years with global leader in information, software and professional services Wolters Kluwer and healthcare start-up UpToDate, where she leveraged innovation and technology to better meet needs. health care needs of patients.
Basow received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and his MD from Baylor College of Medicine. She completed her residency at Johns Hopkins University