News That Matters

New hire at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Health Covington clinic, Foundation for Louisiana names new CEO | Business News


New Orleans 

Dr. Grant Clinkingbeard has joined the staff at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Health.

Clinkingbeard is part of the practice at the Lake Physician Group clinic in Covington.

He earned a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University, a medical degree from LSU Health New Orleans and completed his pediatric training at the LSU Pediatric Residency Program at Children’s Hospital in New Orleans.

Baton Rouge 

Marston Fowler has joined Bonton Associates as chief operating officer.

Fowler was previously the chief operating officer at The Workforce Group.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in management from Tulane University and a law degree from South Texas College of Law.

Dr. Azeem Khan and Dr. Imtiaz Khan have joined Baton Rouge General Cardio and Thoracic Surgery Associates.

Azeem Khan graduated from LSU Health Shreveport. He completed a general surgery residency at LSU Health New Orleans, a cardiothoracic surgery fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine and a pediatric cardiothoracic surgery fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine/Children’s Hospital.

Imtiaz Khan graduated from LSU Health Shreveport. He completed a general surgery residency at LSU Health New Orleans, a cardiothoracic surgery fellowship at Weill Cornell Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, as well as a heart/lung transplantation and advanced heart failure/mechanical circulatory support fellowship at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Charmel Gaulden has been named president and CEO of the Foundation for Louisiana.

Gaulden is a civil rights attorney who has more than 16 years’ experience in philanthropic leadership, nonprofit administration, program design and strategic advocacy.

Foundation for Louisiana is a social justice philanthropic intermediary founded in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina as the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation. The organization has invested $55 million in more than 250 nonprofit organizations.

Amy Province has been named Baton Rouge market executive for Regions Bank.

Province succeeds longtime Regions market executive Danny Montelaro. She first joined the bank in 2005 as a relationship manager. She left the bank in 2013 but returned less than three years later.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Southeastern Louisiana University.

Toni Singleton has joined the staff of Investar Bank as a commercial relationship manager in the Baton Rouge region.

Singleton has more than 36 years’ experience managing business client relationships, working for Hancock Whitney and the former City National Bank.

She majored in business management at Southern University.

 





Source link