PRC Announces 2017-2018 Board

NEW ORLEANS – The Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans (PRC) announced its 2017 – 2018 Board of Directors. This year’s Board is a richly diverse group that draws from many sectors of the New Orleans community, including banking, education, philanthropy, business, legal, civic, architectural and real estate, reps said.

         According to Patricia Gay, executive director of PRC, "We are thrilled to welcome our new Board of Directors and are confident that PRC will benefit from their leadership. Our board members are passionate about preserving New Orleans heritage and under their guidance, PRC stays committed to promoting the preservation, restoration and revitalization of New Orleans’ historic architecture and neighborhoods.”

         PRC’s 2017 – 2018 Board of Directors includes:

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Graham Ralston, President

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Marshall Hevron, Vice President

Gaynell Lawrence, Secretary

Richard Roth, Treasurer

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At-Large Members


At-Large Members

Jeanne Boughton

Shaun Duncan

Ben Dupuy

Gordon McLeod

Randy Opotowsky

Board Members


Board Members

Greg Bensel

Angele Boutte

Leslie Bouie

Anna Breaux

Mandi Frischhertz

Will Hales

Jessie Haynes

Jeremy Head

Susan Johnson

Tricia King

Jessica Knox

Neal Morris

Jill Pipes

Anne Redd

Thom Smith

Kristi Trail

Peter Trapolin

Conlee Whiteley

Hal Williamson

Katie Witry


         Board members serve for three-year terms after being selected by the nominating committee and then elected by the membership. The Board considers the recommendations of its many committees at meetings held the third Wednesday of each month.

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