Windfall Neighborhood Housing has promoted Ryan herringshaw to chief working officer, working with senior administration on operations and strategic selections, in addition to overseeing the group’s know-how and commonplace working procedures.
Herringshaw has served for 4 years as Director of Actual Property Improvement. He has knowledgeable bachelor’s diploma in structure from LSU and a grasp’s diploma in sustainable actual property improvement from Tulane College College of Structure. He graduated from the NeighborWorks America Attaining Excellence program at Harvard College’s John F. Kennedy College of Authorities. He was not too long ago elected to the board of administrators of the Louisiana Inexpensive Housing Suppliers Affiliation.
Accounting agency Wegmann Dazet & Co. has promoted Valerie lowry to shareholder and elected its vice chairman; Thomas “Tommy” Laine associate; Brian Menendez associate; and Danica DeSoto to the senior supervisor.
Lowry has been a associate and has served non-profit organizations, constitution colleges, offshore oil and gasoline service corporations, retailers, wholesalers, building corporations, and gear leases. He has a BA in accounting from Southeastern Louisiana College.
Laine works with purchasers in wholesale distribution, manufacturing, private service companies, oil and gasoline service corporations, and building. He has a bachelor’s diploma in accounting from Southeastern Louisiana College and a grasp’s diploma in accounting from the College of New Orleans.
Menéndez has served purchasers in wholesale distribution, manufacturing, non-profit organizations, hospitality, residence / condominiums, and oil and gasoline service corporations. He has a bachelor’s diploma in accounting and advertising from Southeastern Louisiana College.
DeSoto works with nonprofit, maritime and oil and gasoline consulting, amongst others. She holds a BS in accounting from LSU and an MS in accounting with a focus in tax choices from the College of New Orleans,
The Board of the New Orleans Museum of Artwork selected a listing of latest members: Jennifer Heebe, a former member of the Jefferson Parish Council and the Louisiana Home of Representatives who volunteers in the neighborhood, her church, and the kids’s faculty; Thomas henley, managing director of Bernhard Capital Companions and member of the funding committee of the agency; Robin marrouche, Director of Susan Swartz Studios and former government director of the Kimball Artwork Heart in Park Metropolis, Utah, the place she nonetheless divides her time; Beverly matheney, group activist and philanthropist; Dr. Anthony “Tony” Recasner, CEO of Agenda for kids, a non-profit advocacy and providers group; Tod smith, president and CEO of CBS New Orleans affiliate WWL-TV; Robert Steeg, the co-director member of the Steeg Regulation Agency.