Sandy Colvin has been named main development officer for the Larger Baton Rouge Meals Lender, and Seth Hatsfelt has been named chief operations officer.
Colvin began doing the job for the Meals Financial institution in April 2020 as the vice president of progress and philanthropy, key items. She earlier served as director of growth for the LSU Foundation and is co-founder and the founding head of faculty for St. Lillian Academy.
Hatsfelt has eight many years of production expertise with Boise Cascade and Group Coffee. He attained a bachelor’s degree in agricultural company from LSU.
Sue Kozik has been named to the board of administrators for Nexus Louisiana.
Kozik is chief information officer and senior vice president with Blue Cross and Blue Defend of Louisiana. Kozik came to Blue Cross from Seattle-primarily based Group Overall health and has held senior tech management positions at TIAA-CREF, Lucent Systems and CIGNA.
Ryan Bates is the new vice president of growth for IDP Attributes. Bates will be accountable for authentic estate advancement and new business enterprise in the New Orleans industry as nicely as overseeing the 8 multi-spouse and children qualities IDP Homes has in Louisiana.
Bates is a indigenous of New Orleans who acquired a bachelor’s in enterprise administration from Morehouse School. He commenced his specialist occupation at JPMorgan asset management where by he worked as an investor for huge institutions and significant net truly worth non-public clientele.
Jennifer “Jen” Roberts has been named main govt officer of Agenda for Little ones, the state’s oldest kid advocacy group.
Roberts replaces Dr. Anthony “Tony” Recasner, who not long ago retired.
Roberts has invested far more than 20 a long time advocating for young children. She acquired a bachelor’s from Bryn Mawr Higher education and a master’s in education from Harvard College.
Brian McNamara has been hired as a community administration professor of follow in the Tulane College School of Expert Development.
McNamara has 21 several years of expert practical experience in the market. He earned a bachelor’s diploma in federal government from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, a master’s diploma in community administration from Outdated Dominion University, a legislation degree from the William & Mary Law College and a grasp of laws in admiralty from Tulane Law School.
Carmen James Randolph has been named founding president and main executive officer for Women’s Basis of the South.
Women’s Foundation of the South was set up by women and ladies to advance gender and racial justice. Randolph will build the workforce, broker partnerships with females leaders across the South and oversee the strategic way and working day-to-day operations of the group. She has a history in philanthropy leadership and is the former vice president for packages for the Increased New Orleans Basis.
Caroline D. Lafourcade, of Gordon Arata, has been appointed to the 2021-22 Louisiana Board of Lawful Specialization Tax Law Advisory Commission for a 3-year term.
Lafourcade previously served on a 13 member endeavor power produced to examine and make recommendations to lessen employee misclassification in Louisiana.
All over LOUISIANA
J. Scott Ballard has been appointed to its board of directors for Residence Financial institution.
Ballard is founder, CEO and operator of Ballard Hospitality and co-owner of Ballard Manufacturers. He has served on a wide range of leadership boards, including chairman of the LSU Board of Supervisors, the St. Tammany Clinic Basis Board, the Louisiana Board of Regents, the Committee of 100 for Economic Improvement Louisiana and the Louisiana Association of Organization and Sector. Ballard gained a bachelor of science diploma in political science from Tulane College.