New Orleans area
Tom outlaw joined the New Orleans Export Assistance Center as a foreign service agent in the commercial service.
He previously served as the Louisiana Economic Development Representative with the Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration. He has worked with a variety of industrial sectors, including mining; oil and gas; health care; clothing; water and sanitation; tourism and agro-industry.
Michael faherty joined the New Orleans office of Silver Financial Group as senior vice president of institutional services, serving clients throughout southern Louisiana, including New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
The Covington native had worked for Regions Bank as an Institutional Trust Strategist / Senior Vice President since 2016 and had been employed since 2003. He has over 20 years of experience in pension plans, as well as investing for businesses and non-profit organizations. He previously worked for First Union National Bank in Charlotte, North Carolina, Fidelity Investments in Dallas, and Pan American Life Insurance in New Orleans. He graduated from LSU with a bachelor’s degree in finance.
Baton Rouge sector
Laura Soileau, consulting director at Postlethwaite and Netterville APAC, was elected to serve as Institute of Internal AuditorsâChairman of the North American Board of Directors.
Soileau oversees the control and risk practice within the Postlethwaite Advisory Services group. His area of ââpractice includes working with organizations on internal audit, internal controls, governance, risk, compliance and fraud issues. She is a key representative and promoter of the internal audit profession in North America and a leader in the Global IIA. In addition to the role of Soileau, Associate Director of P&N Jude Viator remains district councilor, and Kristin bourque, also associate director, continues to serve as the representative of Southeast District No.3.
Ben johnson was appointed senior producer at Louisiana Public Broadcasting, producing a monthly news and public affairs program “Louisiana Public Square” and contributing to “Louisiana: The State We In” and documentaries.
He has over 10 years of experience as a videographer, producer, editor and composer. Johnson worked on HBO’s âTremeâ and created digital content for the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans. In the making of documentaries, he was the producer and composer of “Big Charity: Death of America’s Oldest Hospital”.
Dr R. Clifton “Cliff” Moore was appointed chief medical officer at Women’s hospital.
He is a physician in maternal and fetal medicine and an expert in fetal therapy and surgery. He will continue to practice part-time at the MFM Women’s Clinic. The Elm Grove native joined Woman’s in 2016. Moore received his medical degree from LSUHSC-Shreveport and his residency and residency in Ob-Gyn at University Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. He completed a Fellowship in Maternal and Fetal Medicine at Magee Women’s Hospital at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Integrated set point solutions promoted Matthew bate to the President and Chief Executive Officer, effective May 31.
He succeeds Jeff Birch, who will become Managing Director, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Hiller Cos., a subsidiary of Pon Holdings BV from the Netherlands.
Bate has been Chief Financial Officer of Setpoint since 2018. He previously held various leadership roles at PWC, Schlumberger and Pon. He received a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in finance from the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M. Setpoint is in the process control industry, with 11 facilities on the Gulf Coast supporting the energy, refining and chemical industries with valve repair services.
Online Grill & Outdoor Living Retailer BBQ named Scott canney as Director of Products and Technology.
Canney led digital product management and user experience at Build.com and held digital leadership roles for Home Depot and Staples.com, including the launch of the Home Depot Pro experience. He holds a BA from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and received his MBA from the Elkin B. McCallum Graduate School of Business at Bentley College.
the LSU AgCenter named Russell harris as an agent of the East Baton Rouge parish.
Harris was the horticultural officer in New Orleans before taking a job in the landscape industry. He received his bachelor’s degree in horticulture and worked in the golf course industry for several years until he returned to LSU and obtained a master’s degree in horticulture.
UV printer manufacturer LogoJET named Oscar Granados as Sales Manager to continue to expand its global customer base.
Susan Cox, Founder and CEO, has overseen LogoJET’s sales management to date.
Granados, who will be based in Denver, has 23 years of printing and inks experience. He has worked with international companies such as Epson America and Sensient Technologies Corp. in the United States, Latin America, Brazil, Europe, Korea, China and Japan. His experience includes product marketing, sales management, business development, operations and strategic planning.
Justice John J. Molaison Jr., of 5th Circuit of the Louisiana Court of Appeal in Gretna, was elected president of the Louisiana Judicial Commission.
Judge Brady O’Callaghan, of 1st judicial district court in Shreveport, was elected vice-president.
Orleans Deputy Chief Justice Robin D. Pittman was appointed a member judge of the commission for a four-year term by the Louisiana Supreme Court. Suzanne H. Stinson was appointed Citizen-Member by the Louisiana District Judges Association for a four-year term. She retired in 2014 from the 26th District Judicial Court, where she was appointed court administrator in 1996.
Lawyer David Becker was recently appointed Judicial Commission Counsel by the Louisiana Supreme Court. He was deputy commission counsel for approximately six years.