New Orleans, Baton Rouge area People in Business for March 7, 2021
March 7, 2021
The Bureau of Governmental Research has appointed to its board of directors for three-year terms Thomas A. LaVeist, dean of the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine; Juley Thuy Le, engagement manager for enterprise at Resilia; Patty Riddlebarger, vice president of social responsibility for Entergy Corp.; Syrita Steib, executive director and founder of Operation Restoration; and Lamar Villere, partner and portfolio manager at Villere & Co.
Officers of the board for 2021 are Norma Grace, chair; Merritt Lane, vice chair; Maureen Clary, secretary; Hunter G. Hill, treasurer; Blake Stanfill, assistant secretary; and Anne P. Baños, assistant treasurer.
Directors starting a second, three-year term are Christine Albert, vice president of marketing and communications for LCMC Health; Susan G. Brennan, president and CEO of Second Line Stages; and Blake Stanfill, director of growth at Trepwise. Returning members are Tara Adams, Charmaine Caccioppi, Andrea Chen, Vanessa Claiborne, Leah N. Engelhardt, Ludovico Feoli, Louis M. Freeman Jr., Alex Gershanik, Jessie Haynes, Andrew R. Lee, Gary L. Lorio, Jennifer M. Neil, Graham Ralston, Jennifer Roberts, Melissa Sawyer, Jennifer Schnidman, Steven W. Usdin and Charles West.
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