Remington Angelle has joined McGlinchey Stafford‘s Professional Litigation team as an associate in the Baton Rouge business.
Angelle will target on serving nationwide financial institutions, insurance plan businesses, loan providers and some others.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from LSU and a legislation diploma from Southern College Law Centre, in which he graduated cum laude and served as senior editor of the Southern College Legislation Overview.
Pennington Biomedical Exploration Centre welcomes new staff members to administration:
- Alana Fernandez has been named director of intellectual house and engineering transfer.
She will get the job done with the college to commercialize their groundbreaking investigation. Fernandez formerly served as associate director of intellectual property at the LSU AgCenter. She acquired a regulation diploma from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Heart.
- Christopher Keaton is now director of institutional research.
He will produce and keep institutional knowledge, data graphics and visualizations to guidance reporting for inside and external stakeholders and constituents. Keaton most just lately served as the Louisiana legislative fiscal officer, and invested 16 a long time as a fiscal analyst and deputy division director for the Residence of Representatives Fiscal Division.
He earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degrees in community administration from LSU.
- Caroline Wallace was employed as assistant director of human resource management.
She has far more than 25 a long time of HR knowledge in industries this kind of as education, engineering and wellness treatment.
Wallace attained a bachelor’s diploma in psychology from Southern College and a master’s degree in human means administration from Keller Graduate University of Administration.
Chad Burgess, of Citizens National Bank in Bossier Metropolis, has been put in as president of the Louisiana Bankers Training Council.
Burgess succeeds Tony Haring, of Franklin Point out Bank in Winnsboro.
Other council associates elected had been:
- President-elect Mallie Bowers, of First Federal Bank in Lake Charles
- Secretary/Treasurer Kathryn Richard, of Financial institution of Zachary
- Training Chairman Robbin Hardee, of Crescent Financial institution and Believe in in New Orleans
- Membership Chairman Blaine Hodges, of Neighborhood Financial institution of Louisiana in Mansfield
Council members at-significant:
- Hunter Creed, of Investar Financial institution in Baton Rouge
- Ashley Hebert, of Farmers-Retailers Lender and Belief in Breaux Bridge
- Chelsea Higginbotham, of b1Lender in Rayville
- Janna LeBlanc, of Local community Initial Lender in New Iberia
- Minh Luu, of Peoples Bank and Belief in New Streets
- Dustin Parker, of Caldwell Lender and Have confidence in in Winnsboro
- Josh Perot, of Louisiana National Bank in Ruston
- Donald Quintana, of Hancock Whitney Financial institution in New Orleans
- Amber Smith, of First Guaranty Bank in Bossier City
The Council for A Far better Louisiana has named Shreveport lawyer Malcolm Murchison as 2022 chair.
He will serve on CABL’s Board of Directors alongside with a slate of officers from throughout the state, steering the group in its 60th calendar year of services to Louisiana.
Murchison is a founding member of the regulation firm Bradley Murchison Kelly & Shea with offices in Shreveport, Baton Rouge and New Orleans. He has served on the CABL Board of Administrators due to the fact 2011.