Loyola University New Orleans College of Business alumnus Stephen Fingerman MBA ’88 is competing in the Big Idea, the culminating event of New Orleans Entrepreneur Week. Fingerman is pitching his digital ordering system product, Clothesline, for $50,000 during the public pitch round.
Loyola University New Orleans College of Business alumnus Dennis Lauscha, M.B.A. ’93, was recently promoted to the newly created position of president of the New Orleans Saints by team owner Tom Benson.
Alumna Elizabeth Scott, M.B.A.’06 was recognized as one of Washington D.C.’s “Top 40 Under 40” by the latest edition of The Washington Business Journal, which features the area’s top business and community leaders and owners under 40.
After 2 and a half years of working in the marketing department for Emeril’s restaurants, Colin Lacy has been promoted to Marketing Manager.
Kyle R. Berner, a 2003 marketing graduate and CEO / Founder of Feelgoodz, LLC, has been selected by Junior Achievement to receive a 'Rising Star' award.
In over a decade with the organization, M.B.A. alumnus Dennis Lauscha has moved from treasurer, to vice president, to senior vice president, and now, by a recent promotion, to executive vice president and chief financial officer for the New Orleans Saints.
Mary Jo Jacobi, B’73, Civil Service Commissioner appointed by Queen Elizabeth II, was awarded the 2009 Alumna of the Year Award by the College of Business Alumni Board.
H. Jude Boudreaux, '00, was honored by the College of Business Alumni Board as having exemplified the Jesuit values, while making worthwhile contributions to the College of Business, the state of Louisiana, the city of New Orleans.
Loyola University New Orleans 2007 MBA graduate Paul Ellis is a founding member and currently vice president of The Receivables Exchange (TRE), a wholly-owned subsidiary of The New Orleans Exchange (NOE).