Executives of the Year

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Troy Henry

Sixteen years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and left the Six Flags/Jazzland theme park in ruins, the city of New Orleans finalized a...

CEOs of the Year: Matt Wisdom

Founder and CEO TURBOSQUID While advances in 3D graphics technology in the later 1990s upgraded the quality of the various models that could be produced, getting...

CEOs of the Year: Scott Wolfe Jr.

Founder and CEO LEVELSET Back in 2007, in the frontier-like landscape of post-Katrina New Orleans, construction attorney Scott Wolfe Jr. saw a big problem: Local contractors...

CEOs of the Year: Patrick Comer

Founder and CEO LUCID When Lucid sold to Swedish tech firm the Cint Group in late October for $1.1 billion, the event capped an extraordinary year...

CEO of the Year: Quentin Messer

Quentin Messer CEO | New Orleans Business Alliance  Did You Know? In 2020, NOLABA took home a record-setting eight awards from the International Economic Development Council, including...

Michael Williamson

Bringing people together to raise millions for those in need. When Michael Williamson first volunteered with his local United Way branch in South Carolina, he...

Stephen Perry

Heading tourism in its most difficult days Since the pandemic put New Orleans’ sizzling hot visitor economy on ice, the city’s tourism professionals have been...

Greg Stock

Leading A top-ranked hospital to adapt and expand during an unprecedented year To say that 2020 was a challenging year for most hospitals is putting...

Robért LeBlanc

Innovating and growing in one of the pandemic’s hardest-hit sectors Robért LeBlanc made news in July when he announced an inventive new business model for...

Lally Brennan & Ti Adelaide Martin

Fighting for Survival with “The Zoom That Saved Wednesdays” Led by Lally Brennan and Ti Adelaide Martin, iconic New Orleans restaurant Commander’s Palace served as...

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