LBA Leadership School Kicks Off
The 2017 LBA Leadership School began with an opening reception on March 7 at Juban’s Restaurant. The school will meet for five months and complete online course work and assigned readings in between meetings. This school, which is sponsored by the Louisiana Bankers Education Council, is comprised of 26 bankers from across the state. The LBA will hold two schools in 2017. For information on the second school, click here. Pictured (above, from left) are Landa Domangue of First Guaranty Bank, LBEC Councilman at Large Robbin Hardee of Metairie Bank, Jessica Hrenyk of First Guaranty Bank, Craig Scelfo of First Guaranty Bank, Kristin Williams of First Guaranty Bank, LBEC Councilman at Large Emily Creech of First Guaranty Bank and LBEC President Adam Johnson of First Guaranty Bank.
(above, from left) Leadership School students Ruth Ann Kuhns and Loretta Barber visit with LBEC Councilman at Large Kathryn Richard, all from the Bank of Zachary.
(above, from left) Brandi Hebert, Andrea Chachere and Brooke LaBove, all from JD Bank, visit at the opening reception.
(above, seated, from left) Suzi Daniels, Lori Simmons, Angie Franks, Lawna Mayo and (standing) Christina O’Steen, all of Sabine State Bank and Trust, are pictured at Tuesday’s opening reception of the LBA Leadership school.