Philip Giorlando has been named as a partner in the New Orleans office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson.
Giorlando practices in the labor and employment law section.
He earned a bachelor's in accounting from LSU and a law degree from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. While in law school, Giorlando served as senior editor for the Journal of Energy Law and Resources.
Jeffrey J. Gelpi has been named as a partner in the New Orleans office of Kean Miller.
Gelpi practices in the environmental litigation and commercial litigation groups.
He earned a bachelor's, manga cum laude, from LSU and a law degree, magna cum laude, from Tulane University Law School. Gelpi served as law clerk to U.S. District Judge Carl J. Barbier and U.S. Circuit Judge Edith Brown Clement. While in law school, he served as an editor of the Tulane Law Review.
Matt Guy has been appointed partner in charge of the New Orleans office of Adams and Reese.
Guy is the leader of both the maritime team and insurance team. He started his career in London working for a large firm representing clients in the insurance market.
Guy serves as an adjunct faculty member at Tulane Law School as an instructor with the Civil Litigation Boot Camp.
Wegmann Dazet CPAs has promoted three managers.
Ashley Hutchins, George West and Bryan Whalen have all been promoted to senior manager.
Kristin Oglesby and Alex Hains have been named as partners in the Baton Rouge office of Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson.
Oglesby practices in the corporate and finance, tax and associations and nonprofits sector.
She earned an undergraduate degree from LSU and a law degree, summa cum laude, from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Oglesby served as a clerk to U.S. Circuit Judge S. Kyle Duncan.
Hains practices in the labor and employment section.
She earned an undergraduate degree from LSU and a law degree, cum laude, from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. Hains served as a clerk to 4th Circuit Appellate Judge Madeleine Landrieu.
Beau Bourgeois and Lauren Rucinski have been named as partners in the Baton Rouge office of Kean Miller.
Bourgeois practices in the commercial litigation and construction litigation groups.
He earned a bachelor's in management, cum laude, from Tulane University A.B. Freeman School of Business and a law degree and doctor of civil law, summa cum laude, from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. While in law school, Bourgeois served as an issue editor for the Louisiana Law Review.
Rucinski practices in the environmental regulatory and intellectual property groups.
She earned a bachelor's in aerospace engineering and ocean engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a law degree and doctor of civil law, magna cum laude, from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. While in law school, Rucinski was a member of the Louisiana Law Review.
Jamie Francise has joined St. James Place as director of health care administration.
Francise will lead the management team that oversees the operations of the health care and wellness center and the memory care center. He has more than 30 years of organizational leadership experience.
Farisa Husband-Kelly has returned to St. James Place as the director of nursing.
Dr. Matthew Fury has joined the staff of Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic.
Fury will serve patients primarily at the Gonzales and Bluebonnet locations. He will also be on trauma call in both Gonzales and Baton Rouge.
He earned a bachelor's from LSU and a medical degree from LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans. Fury was an infielder and catcher on the LSU baseball team.
He completed a residency at Harvard and a sports medicine fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery.
Peter “Randy” Hollis has stepped down as president of Owen & White.
Hollis started working for the engineering firm in 1979. He was promoted to president in 1988.
He will remain as a vice president with the company, with an emphasis on engineering design and mentoring the firm's junior engineers.
Toby J. Frugé is the new president of Owen & White.
Frugé started working for the company in 2006 as a civil engineering intern at LSU.
Nick Zaunbrecher has been named chief financial officer for Cardiovascular Logistics.
Zaunbrecher spent the past 17 years as chief financial officer for the Cardiovascular Institute of the South. Before that, he was chief executive officer for Meadowbrook Specialty Hospital of Lafayette (formerly Health South).
He earned a bachelor's in human resource management and accounting from LSU and a master's in health care administration from the University of St. Francis.