People this Week: New hires, promotions, awards – New Orleans CityBusiness


Advertising/Public Relations

Tabor Theriot has been hired as senior manager, operations at Deep Fried Advertising.

Banking/Financial Services

Michael Otero has been promoted to chief risk officer at Hancock Whitney.

Emmett Dupas III, lead partner with Bienville Capital Group in Metairie, Louisiana, has been recognized by PLANADVISER Magazine as a 2020 Top 100 Retirement Plan Adviser in their individual category.

Education

The Center for Development and Learning has hired Sarah Cortell Vandersypen as vice president of advancement and strategy, Michael Willis as director of public policy and Alana Mangham as literacy and learning specialist.

General Business

Carrita Tanner has been honored by Gov. John Bel Edwards for her participation as a small business in the LED Mentor Protege program and her partnership within the program with BCBSLA. She has also been promoted as the executive brand consultant at Creativity Justified.

Leanne Redman, professor and director, reproductive endocrinology and Women’s Health Laboratory, has been named associate executive director for scientific education at Pennington Biomedical Research Center. Redman has a master of science degree in clinical research from Tulane University.

Melissa Chesterman has been hired as sales manager at Generations Hall.

OffenderWatch has hired Mark Wilson as its new business development supervisor.

Con-Tech International has named Christy Santangelo corporate controller.

Health Care

St. Charles Parish Hospital has named Terrell Neal as CEO.

Nonprofit

The Catholic Community Foundation has announced James Adams president of its 2020 Board of Directors; Gregory LaCour, vice president; Dr. Jose Bautista, secretary; and Marcie duQuesnay, treasurer. New board members include Sr. Alicia Costa, Diana Stieffel, Barry Kern, Benjamin Hales and Donald Engler.

Christine Briede has been hired as the first executive director of the Jefferson Community Foundation.

Innocence Project New Orleans has hired Meredith Angelson as director of special projects.

Kingsley House has added Anthony Enterante III as annual fund director; Sabrina Written as director of marketing and communications; and Margi Sunkel as director of development at Educare New Orleans.

Baptist Community Ministries has hired Todd Battiste as education grants program director and Larry Johnson as chaplain for NOPD’s 1st and 5th Districts.

Law

Deutsch Kerrigan has announced that John Jerry Glas, chair of the firm’s civil litigation department, has become a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.

Smyser Kaplan & Veselka has opened a New Orleans office led by partner Shaun Clarke.

Real Estate

Debbie McDowell has joined RE/MAX N. O. Properties as a realtor.

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