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Remington Angelle joined McGlinchey Staffordof the Commercial Litigation group as a partner in the Baton Rouge office.

Angelle will focus on serving national banks, insurance companies, lenders and more.

He received a bachelor’s degree in finance from LSU and a law degree from the Southern University Law Center, where he graduated with Distinction and served as Editor-in-Chief of the Southern University Law Review.

Pennington Biomedical Research Center welcomes new employees to the administration:

  • Alana Fernandez was appointed Director of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer.

She will work with the faculty to commercialize their groundbreaking research. Fernandez previously served as Associate Director of Intellectual Property at LSU AgCenter. She received a law degree from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center.

  • Christophe keaton is now director of institutional research.

It will develop and maintain institutional data, information graphics and visualizations to support reporting for internal and external stakeholders and constituents. Keaton most recently served as the Louisiana Legislative Tax Officer and spent 16 years as a tax analyst and deputy division director for the tax division of the House of Representatives.

He obtained a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in public administration from LSU.

  • Caroline wallace was hired as deputy director of human resources management.

She has over 25 years of HR experience in industries such as education, engineering and healthcare.

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Wallace holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Southern University and a master’s degree in human resources management from the Keller Graduate School of Management.

Around Louisiana

Chad Burgess, of the National Citizens Bank in Bossier City, was appointed chairman of the Louisiana Bankers Education Council.

Burgess succeeds Tony Haring of Franklin State Bank in Winnsboro.

The other elected members of the board were:

  • President elect Mallie Bowers, of the first federal bank in Lake Charles
  • Secretary Treasurer Catherine Richard, of the Bank of Zachary
  • Education president Robbin Hardee, of Crescent Bank and Trust in New Orleans
  • President of the members Blaine Hodges, of the Community Bank of Louisiana in Mansfield

Council members in general:

  • Hunter’s Creed, of Investar Bank in Baton Rouge
  • Ashley Hébert, of the Farmers-Merchants Bank and Trust in Breaux Bridge
  • Chelsea Higginbotham, from b1BANK to Rayville
  • Janna LeBlanc, from Community First Bank to New Iberia
  • Minh Luu, of the People’s Bank and confidence in the new roads
  • Dustin Parker, of Caldwell Bank and Trust in Winnsboro
  • Josh Perot, of the National Bank of Louisiana in Ruston
  • Donald Quintana, from Hancock Whitney Bank in New Orleans
  • Amber Smith, from First Guaranty Bank to Bossier City


the Advice for a better Louisiana appointed a lawyer in Shreveport Malcolm murchison as President 2022.

He will serve on the CABL board of directors with a roster of officers from across the state, leading the organization into its 60th year of service in Louisiana.

Murchison is a founding member of the Bradley Murchison Kelly & Shea law firm with offices in Shreveport, Baton Rouge and New Orleans. He has been a member of the CABL board of directors since 2011.