New Orleans, Baton Rouge area People in Business for March 1, 2020
Source: The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate
March 1, 2020
The Bureau of Governmental Research has elected Ludovico Feoli to chair its board of directors for 2020. He is executive director of the Center for Inter-American Policy and Research at Tulane University.
Other officers are Norma Grace, retired vice chancellor for economic development from the University of New Orleans, vice chairwoman; H. Merritt Lane III, chairman, president and CEO of Canal Barge Co. Inc., secretary; Maureen Clary, director of asset management with Corporate Realty Inc., treasurer; Kelly R. Brown, retired certified public accountant, assistant secretary; and Anne P. Baños, deputy director of the New Orleans Museum of Art, assistant treasurer.
Newly elected board members, serving a three-year term, are Vanessa Claiborne, president and CEO of Chaffe & Associates Inc.; Jessie Haynes, managing director of The Helis Foundation; Graham Ralston, New Orleans market president and commercial banking executive for Regions Bank; and Charles West, president of Square Button Consulting.
Returning board members are Tara Adams, of the Women’s Business Enterprise Council; Christine Albert, of LCMC Health; Susan G. Brennan, of Second Line Stages; Charmaine Caccioppi, of the United Way of Southeast Louisiana; Leah N. Engelhardt, of Chaffe McCall; Hardy B. Fowler, of KPMG-New Orleans and BRG past chair; Hunter G. Hill, of IberiaBank; Gary L. Lorio, of Hancock Whitney Bank; Todd McDonald, of the Liberty Bank board; Jennifer Roberts, of Agenda for Children; Melissa Sawyer, of Youth Empowerment Project; Blake J. Stanfill, of Trepwise; Steven W. Usdin, of Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver LLC; and Dennis Woltering, of Dennis Woltering PhotoVideo LLC.
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