New Orleans Business Alliance Board

Henry L. Coaxum Jr.
Chair
President,
Coaxum Enterprises, Inc.

Aimee Quirk
Vice Chair
CEO,
innovationOchsner

Justin T. Augustine III
Treasurer
Vice President,
Transdev Services, Inc.

Kim M. Boyle, Esq.
Secretary
Partner,
Phelps Dunbar, LLP

Hon. Mitchell J. Landrieu*
Mayor of the City of New Orleans

Charles Rice
President and CEO,
Entergy New Orleans, Inc.

*Rebecca Conwell
(Mayoral Designee)
Senior Advisor for Economic Development,
City of New Orleans

Members

R. Erich Caulfield, PhD
Founder and President,
The Caulfield Consulting Group

Gregory Feirn
CEO,
LCMC Health

Michael W. Kearney Sr.
President and CEO,
The Kearney Companies, Inc..

Rita LeBlanc
Owner,
Bold Sphere

Thomas Mabon
Senior Vice President & Business Banking Group Manager,
IBERIABANK

Michael Smith
General Manager,
Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Richard Tallant
Asset Manager – Gulf of Mexico East,
Shell Exploration & Production Company

Hon. Jason R. Williams
Councilmember-at-Large,
New Orleans City Council

Robert Wollfarth
Shareholder,
Baker Donelson

2018 NOLABA Executive Committee Meetings

NOLABA Executive Committee Meetings are held from 8-9 a.m. on the first Thursday of each month at 935 Gravier Street, Suite 2020:
Feb. 1
March 1
April 5
May 3
June 7
July 5
August – NO MEETING
Sept. 6
Oct. 4
Nov. 1
Dec. 6

 

NOLABA Board Meetings

NOLABA Board Meetings are held from 8-10 a.m. on the third Wednesday of each month at 935 Gravier Street, Suite 2020:
Jan. 17 – CANCELLED due to weather; new date TBD
Feb. 21
March 21
April 18
May 16
June 20
July 18
August – NO MEETING
Sept. 19
Oct. 17
Nov. 14
Dec. 19


BioDistrict New Orleans Board Meetings

BioDistrict New Orleans Board Meetings will be held from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. at 935 Gravier St., Suite 2020 on the following dates:

2018 meetings TBA.

“What’s special about doing business in New Orleans is that you get a combination of highly competitive business assets and an unsurpassed quality of life. I would not exchange it for anywhere in the world.”

– Henry Coaxum Jr.

“I’ve found the day-to-day experience of doing business in New Orleans much the same as elsewhere. But in New Orleans, our cost of doing business is lower, particularly because we have some of the lowest utility rates in the nation and we’re one of America’s most affordable cities with great amenities. Add that to the skilled workforce, the best-in-class incentives and an unparalleled culture and you have one of America’s best locations to work and live.”

– Charles Rice