Dr. Charles Heminway has joined Children’s Hospital New Orleans As Head of Service Line for the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
Hemenway is a board-certified pediatric hematology oncologist. He will serve as the clinical leader of the newly expanded, nationally recognized Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, which treats more than 1,100 children with cancer or blood disorders each year.
Hemenway most recently served as Director of the Integrated MD/PhD Program at the Stritch School of Medicine at Loyola University Chicago.
He graduated from Middlebury College and University of Massachusetts Chan School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Florida/Shands Hospital and a fellowship in Pediatric Hematology and Oncology at Duke University Medical Center.
Ryan Guti General Contracting Metairie has made the following designations:
Kevin Haslauer As Senior Project Manager
Lee Cooper as a project manager
William Phillips As a project engineer
John Boyd As a project supervisor
Ron Garrick As a project supervisor
Chile Napolitano has joined Foley and Mansfield As a litigation partner in her New Orleans office.
Her practice focuses in the areas of asbestos and talc litigation, and she will be a member of the Toxic Tort, Environmental, and Product Liability groups of practice.
Napolitano joins Foley & Mansfield after primarily representing building owners, suppliers, and various manufacturers of equipment and products in conventional asbestos suits as well as product manufacturers and suppliers in talc suits.
Mike Humphrey He assumed the position of administrative mediator in McEnery Residential Uptown and Mandeville offices.
Humphrey began his full-time career in real estate in 2002 and has held leadership and training coordination positions. He became director of sales and training for McEnery in 2021.
Lauren Hebert Henderson has joined General Baton Rouge As a Community Relations Manager.
Hebert Henderson most recently served as Program Director for the Mayor’s Healthy City Initiative, working with more than 100 community partners to deliver programs and resources. She also has experience in mental health, working with patients in rehabilitation and crisis intervention.
She received her BA in Psychology from Southern University.
The Louisiana Bar Foundation It recently installed its 2022-23 board.
Alan Brackett, In New Orleans, he’ll be president. Brackett is the managing director of Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett, where his practice focuses on representing clients in the defense of naval personal injury claims, including federal workers compensation claims for the Defense Base Act and the Basic Defense Act. He holds a BA and a law degree from Tulane University.
Deidre Diculos Robert, Baton Rouge, Vice President. Robert is the director of rural development for Louisiana at the US Department of Agriculture. Until recently, Robert worked as an executive advisor to the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. She has also served as general counsel for the Southern University System and as deputy director of the litigation division in the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office. She received her BA from LSU and her law degree from Southern University Law Center, where she is an assistant professor.
Ninth Circuit Judge John C. Davidson, Alexandria, treasurer. Davidson was elected as a district judge in 2004. He started his own practice in New Orleans working in the areas of complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Davidson moved to Alexandria in 1992 and continued his private practice in the areas of commercial litigation, public defense work, personal injury, and domestic law. He earned his law degree from LSU Law Center, where he holds coif rank and is a member of the Louisiana Law Review.
Edmund Gering IV, Baton Rouge, Secretary. Giering serves as general counsel for the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, and his practice emphasizes corporate law and governance, complex corporate, real estate and gift transactions, risk management, and tax and nonprofit organizations. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history, a master’s degree in business, and a law degree from LSU.
The new board members are Linda Lou ClarkBaton Rouge George de ErnstLafayette. Theresa KingHoma and First Circuit Judge McClendon pageMadisonville.
Other board members include: Stephen I DwyerMetairie Wendy EW GiovingoMonroe 14th Circuit Judge Cynthia Clay GuilloryLake Charles Colin C. JarrotNew Orleans; Julie M LafargeNew Orleans; Ashley Kelton “Kelly” LongwillNew Orleans; Michael J. MeisterNew Orleans; John NicholsonShreveport. Christopher K. RalstonNew Orleans; Maggi T SemarSt. Martinville; China El SonerLake Charles Anthony J SteinsMetairie Circuit Judge 24 Ray S. Step Jr.gretna Adrian DMansfield and Zebulon M WinsteadAlexandria.
Susan Hall Appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Director of United Coca-Cola Bottling Companyeffective as of August 1.
Hall will oversee national retail sales, on-site marketing, revenue growth management, e-commerce, planning and analysis for the third largest Coca-Cola bottling company in the United States, and will replace Mike Soko, who will become President and CEO of Coca-Cola United.
She has been Vice President of Coca-Cola United for the Western Region, based in Baton Rouge, since 2016, overseeing 2,600 employees and 12 sales centers in Louisiana and southern Mississippi.
Born in New Iberia, Hall has been with the Coca-Cola system since 1996 and has held several senior positions in finance, category management, sales and operations. Prior to that, she held financial and accounting positions at McIlhenny, the manufacturer of Tabasco brand products.
She received her BA in Accounting from the University of New Orleans.