Kim Singletary

Award-winning writer and editor Kim Singletary is a Southern California transplant (by way of Canada, Washington, Colorado and Nebraska) who has finally found her perfect home in the land of beignets, zydeco and zero chance of shoveling snow. Her career has included communications work in the performing arts and nonprofit sectors, as well as serving as a writer and editor for a variety of regional and national magazines. In addition to contributing to the New Orleans Advocate/Times Picayune, Kim has served as the managing editor of Biz New Orleans magazine since its launch in 2014, where she has led Louisiana’s only business magazine to receive multiple national recognitions. She currently lives in Uptown with her husband, two daughters, two cats and one very needy dog. You can reach Kim at (504) 830-7260 or


Episode 182: NOLA Needs an Attitude Adjustment, Part 1

Last October, featured an opinion piece by New Orleans native Frank Rabalais that hit back at the all-too-common negative attitude regarding life in...

Episode 180: The Power of Purpose – A New Year’s Resolution Your Company Can’t Afford Not to Make

Leaders at LWCC, the state's largest workers comp insurance provider, have spent the past four years rediscovering their company’s purpose — and it is...

CEO of the Year: Michael Sawaya

CEO OF THE YEAR Michael Sawaya is the hardest-working New Orleanian on two wheels. Since 2018, he has served as the president of the New Orleans...

Center Stage

I once heard our award-winning Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport described as the city’s welcome mat — often the first impression visitors have...

2022 vs. 2023

This is always a tricky issue to get out because we aim to highlight the top business stories of the year, but our print...

Episode 175: A Pain Killer Without the Problems

Pain affects more than 30% of adults around the world, and yet the only current options to deal with it either can harm your...
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Episode 173: The Latest from the Convention Center

President and General Manager of the New Orleans Ernest N Morial Convention Center Michael Sawaya joins us on this week’s podcast to discuss the...

Mixing Livelihoods with Loved Ones

Ninety percent of all businesses in North America are family run. Family businesses are responsible for 64% of our country’s gross domestic product and 62%...

Episode 171: The Saltwater Wedge – News from S&WB

We know it’s coming, but should we be concerned? What is S&WB doing to protect the city’s water supply now, and in the future...

Episode 169: Childcare and the Upcoming Elections

The pandemic relief program for childcare just expired Sept. 30, which means 3.2 million children around the country are expected to lose access to...

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