New hires at Notre-Dame du Lac, promotion to LMOGA, new member of the Committee of 100 | Economic news


Michael McKay was hired by Woodward’s interests as a development project manager/financial analyst.
McKay is responsible for the early development activities of commercial real estate developments. He specializes in financial modeling, feasibility study and development process management for regulatory approvals and design standards.


Dr Mohammad Al Efishat joined the Our Lady of the Lake Group of Physicians as part of the Baton Rouge Surgeons Group team.

Surgical oncologist as well as pancreatic and hepatobiliary surgeon, Al Efishat treats conditions of the pancreas, liver, gallbladder and bile ducts, as well as abdominal tumours.

He received his medical degree from the University of Jordan, then moved to the United States and completed his internship, residency, complex surgical oncology fellowship and advanced hepatopancreatobiliary fellowship at Johns Hopkins School. of Medicine. Al Efishat is also a clinical assistant professor at LSU School of Medicine.

Kenny Nguyen was selected by The Committee of 100 for Economic Development inc. as a new member for 2022.

Nguyen is the CEO/co-founder of ThreeSixtyEight, a marketing/creative agency.

Since launching in 2016, ThreeSixtyEight has been honored with Adweek’s Fastest Growing Agencies Inc. Best Places to Work and Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest Growing Companies. Nguyen was also recognized in the Forbes 30 under 30 list in advertising and marketing, and as the 2019 Young Businessman of the Year by Business Report.

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chris rogers was appointed Associate Vice-Chancellor of Communications and Information Technology at Southern University Agricultural Research and Extension Center.

Rogers will be part of the leadership team, ensuring compliance and leading the Agricultural Center in strategic planning related to administrative, instructional and communication technologies.

Rogers has over 25 years of experience in the information and communications technology industry. He was Director of Technology and Communications Services at Southern Ag Center and Service IT Director for Customer Services at Southern University System, Adjunct Instructor in the Network Technician Program at Virginia College, Adjunct Professor in the Department of Communications Mass and College of Education, both Southern and Media Librarian/Webmaster, Technical Assistant/Media Specialist for Multimedia Education at John B. Cade Library.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts (print journalism with a minor in photography and fine arts), a master’s degree in mass communication, and a doctorate in urban forestry and natural resources, all from the South; and a master’s degree in library and information science from LSU.

Ashley Cain was promoted by the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association as Director of Public and Government Affairs.

Cain will help lead LMOGA’s public and governmental affairs strategy to represent and promote the state’s oil and gas industry through effective engagement, communications, and advocacy with the state legislature, authorities. communities, the media and the public.

Cain worked for the association for over 11 years, most recently as Director of Public Affairs. She graduated from LSU.

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