********** Roberts has spent more than 20 years advocating for children. She earned a bachelor’s from Bryn Mawr College and a master’s in education from Harvard University. Brian McNamara has been hired as a public administration professor of practice in the Tulane University School of Professional Advancement.
Jennifer “Jen” Roberts has been named chief executive officer of Agenda for Children, the state’s oldest child advocacy organization. *********
Roberts replaces Dr. Anthony “Tony” Recasner, who recently retired. Bates is a native of New Orleans who earned a bachelor’s in business administration from Morehouse College. He began his professional career at JPMorgan asset management where he worked as an investor for large institutions and high net worth private clients.
Women’s Foundation of the South was set up by women and girls to advance gender and racial justice. Randolph will build the team, broker partnerships with women leaders across the South and oversee the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of the organization. She has a background in philanthropy leadership and is the former vice president for programs for the Greater New Orleans Foundation. Twice daily we’ll send you the day’s biggest headlines. Sign up today. Carmen James Randolph has been named founding president and chief executive officer for Women’s Foundation of the South.
************** McNamara has 21 years of professional experience in the industry. He earned a bachelor’s degree in government from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, a master’s degree in public administration from Old Dominion University, a law degree from the William & Mary Law School and a master of laws in admiralty from Tulane Law School.
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