Dean's Advisory Council
Associate Professor of Law, University of Notre Dame
Why Sadie serves: My experience in the Honors College was formative. I credit it for much of my professional success, and I want to contribute to continuing the OHC tradition for current and future students.
Credit Risk Executive, Bank of America
Why Michael serves: The OHC is an outstanding representation of the best Louisiana and its flagship University have to offer. OHC is helping make students better citizens of the world and I’m wanting to contribute to its mission in any way possible.
Shareholder, Liskow & Lewis, PLC
Why James serves: Love of the Honors College
Partner, SSA Consultants
Legislator, State of Louisiana
Why Paula serves: To aid the LSU Honors College to continue to be a competitive institution and aid in keeping Louisiana kids in Louisiana.
President & CEO, Virginia Economic Development Partnership
Why Jason serves: As a proud alumnus of the Ogden Honors College, I want to give back and support the next generation of talented students as well as the dedicated faculty and staff of LSU.
Department of General Internal Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine, MD Anderson Cancer Center
Retired Partner/Of Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright
Why Larry serves:
The Honors Division (the forerunner of the Ogden Honors College) was a transformative force in my life. The program introduced me to academic mentors and lifelong friends. My LSU Honors education led to
opportunities and prepared me to pursue them. Serving on the
Advisory Council is a privilege. It gives me the chance to help “pay it forward” so that future students have similar opportunities. It also makes me happy to be able to play a small part in shaping the course of an institution that is so important to me.
State Representative, State of Louisiana
Why Barbara serves: I serve in an effort to make LSU’s academic programs among the best in the nation. The Honor’s College is extremely important. To this effort.
Senior Advisor/Director, Oaktree Capital
Why Greg serves: Having an impact on the flagship university for the state of La. in terms of attracting, developing and sourcing its future leaders.
Attorney, Stone Pigman Law Firm
Why Jay serves: My experience as a student in the Honors Division from 1969-73 was one of the best experiences of my life--certainly my best educational experience; though Mrs. Haydel, my 4th grade teacher, rates a close second. My hopes for the current Ogden Honors College are two: 1. that the undergraduates matriculating in the college today and in the future are rewarded as richly as I was; and 2. that a well-resourced, credible program matching well-qualified and highly motivated students with dedicated faculty members will produce a national beacon of educational excellence attracting the best students from Louisiana, the Gulf South, and beyond, thereby inspiring our state's citizens to identify LSU with educational achievement in addition to athletic achievement.
CEO, Loadstar Product Handling Services, LLC
Why Brian serves: I founded the Advisory Council more than 20 years ago because I strongly believe in the mission of the Ogden Honors College, which is to recruit, educate, and provide Louisiana with the next generation of leaders. The Advisory Council has been instrumental to the growth and success of the College. Its members include some of the most talented, interesting, and dedicated people I have ever met. Many have become lifelong friends. We share a passion for excellence and see the Ogden Honors College as a means to help transform Louisiana for the good of its people.
Managing Director, Bernhard Capital Partners
Why Thomas serves: To provide a value added impact on the students at LSU specifically, and LSU more broadly, in better positioning the entire state as a strong economic engine throughout the Gulf Coast Region, and nationally.
Executive Director, Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA)
Why Steve serves: I am representing the unique school setting I direct; so many of our students funnel through the Honors College due to the strong relations between the two institutions.
Arbitrator/Mediator, Lambert Alternative Dispute Resolution LLC
Why LeRoy serves: To give back to LSU and the state, to keep abreast of what's happening in higher education, and to have the opportunity to socialize with old friends and those whose company I've come to enjoy since becoming a member.
Director, Originations - Global Receivables & Trade Finance, Wells Fargo
Why Victor serves: My Honors College and LASAL experience at LSU were pivotally instrumental in my professional trajectory, especially as a first-generation undergraduate.
President & CEO, New Orleans & Company
Why Walt serves:
I believe deeply in LSU as a essential component and foundational institution to the future economic vitality of the State. I see the Ogden Honor's College as a critical component to helping LSU to be the greatest institution that it can be and a tool to keep our best and brightest in Louisiana and attract talent from around the nation and the globe.
I also credit the Honor's college with being central to attracting me to LSU and providing me with ammunition to defend my decision to attend LSU rather than other more "prestigious" out of state colleges in the years before TOPS existed.
Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Partner, Southern Orthopaedic Specialists
Executive Director, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) Foundation
Why Sally serves: To support our flagship university's best and brightest students with a highly rated/performing Honors College
Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Chief of Staff to the CEO, Lumen Technologies
Why Allen serves: LSU's Ogden Honors College is one of the best assets in LSU's portfolio, which is one of the best assets in the State of Louisiana. I'm excited to contribute to supporting the Ogden Honors College to change lives of students, improve the State's economic competitiveness, and enhance the quality of life for Louisiana residents.
Board Member, Health2047
Why Elizabeth serves: I came to LSU because of the Honors program, so I want it to continue to flourish and attract great students to LSU.
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President, Urban Partnerships Community Development Corporation (UP-CDC)
Why James serves: My commitment to LSU inspires me to find and serve the Honors College students and programs.
Medical Director, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana
Why Larry serves: To give back to and promote the University and program that did so much for me.
Head of School, Episcopal School of Baton Rouge
Why Carrie serves: I hope to provide expertise from the independent school sector to assist the honors college in attracting the best and the brightest students from secondary schools nationwide.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, The University of Tampa
Why David serves: I am a 1977 graduate of what was then the Honors Division. The experience I had in Honors was decisive in my career, and I made good friends with whom I am still connected. Serving on the OHC Advisory Council is a way of giving back in gratitude.
Chair, Young Entrepreneurs Academy of Baton Rouge
Why Deborah serves: The success of the Honors College is integral to moving Louisiana forward.
President, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation
Why Michael serves: I attended LSU, in large part, due to the promise of the Honors College. I built great friendships, was pushed to think differently and to lead in different ways. My career - first as a teacher then non-profit leader - sprang from these experiences and the one thing I've seen again and again throughout the years since is that power of talented people to change the trajectory of a problem, an organization and a state. That is what I believe we see in the promise of honors students and why I support the Honors college and am glad to serve on the Advisory Council.
Why Anita serves: Because I believe in the Honors College mission.
Head of School, Benjamin Franklin High School
Why Pat serves: I recognize the value of OHC both as an appropriate educational opportunity for high ability students, but also as a community. Learning, creativity, personal expression, finding a vocation - it all occurs in a safe, inclusive, diverse environment that thrives in the classroom, the dorm room, and every place in between.