Board of Regents Members

The Louisiana Board of Regents is a 15-member volunteer board appointed by the Governor. The Board is responsible for planning, coordinating, and budgeting for all public higher education in the state of Louisiana. Each term is six years with at least one (but not more than two) Regent drawn from each of Louisiana’s six Congressional districts.

Meet the Board

 

 

Gary N. Solomon, Jr.

Chair
2nd Congressional District

Appointed: 2019
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2024
825 Girod Street
New Orleans, LA 70113

Full Bio

Gary Solomon, Jr.‘s career is marked by a series of strategic roles that have shaped his approach to leadership and innovation.

As the Co-Founder and CEO of Solomon Group, Gary leads the experiential agency renowned for its compelling storytelling and production of memorable events like the MLB Draft, NHL All-Star Weekend, and ESSENCE Festival. His vision has also given rise to transformative experiences at The World of Coca-Cola and The National World War II Museum, cementing the Group’s status in the industry.

As a Consulting Producer for Dick Clark Productions, Gary has redefined televised events, blending traditional formats with contemporary models to enhance viewership and ratings. His contributions to the Academy of Country Music Awards and New Year’s Rockin’ Eve have set new benchmarks for live broadcast experiences.

At WRSTBND, Gary’s innovations in event technology have streamlined access control across 150+ global high-risk events annually, marrying technical prowess with user-focused solutions. WRSTBND’s work has notably boosted event security and attendee satisfaction.

Gary’s entrepreneurial spirit shone through the acquisition and elevation of Tales of the Cocktail, establishing it as a premier global destination in the spirits sector, with a reach spanning over 100 countries.

His drive for cultural preservation led him to rejuvenate New Orleans’ Civic Theatre, now a vibrant hub for the arts.

Serving as a Board Director of Crescent Bank, Gary applies his strategic insight to governance and growth.

His commitment to education and the arts extends to his role as Board Chair of his alma mater, the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, where he advocates for the education of young in Louisiana.

Recognition on Inc. Magazine‘s coveted 30-Under-30 World’s Coolest Entrepreneurs list underscores his impactful career.

As Chair of the Louisiana Board of Regents, Gary leverages his diverse expertise to further the mission of fostering talent through accessible, quality postsecondary education. His innovative and collaborative approach is poised to support the Regents’ goals and enhance the landscape of higher education in Louisiana.

He currently serves as Chair of the Board of Regents, representing the 2nd Congressional District, his current term expires on December 31, 2024.

T. Jay Seale III

Vice Chair
1st Congressional District

Appointed: 2017, 2023
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2028
P.O. Drawer 699
Hammond, LA 70404

Full Bio

T. Jay Seale III was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1947, and has made his life in Hammond for most of his adult years. Seale obtained his Juris Doctor degree from LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law School in 1973 and began his practice in Hammond in October of that year. Seale practiced as a solo practitioner for two years before beginning to build the present firm, now with offices in Hammond, Baton Rouge, and Madisonville.

Seale’s career includes both litigation and business experience. As a litigator, Seale has represented casualty insurers like Travelers, State Farm, and Insured Lloyds through Marinco, Tycor, Phoenix Aviation Underwriters, and has served as lead or local associate counsel in medical, dental, and architectural E&O Litigation. He has represented many public entities in litigation, including state agencies, university clients, and parish and municipal government clients. He is a member of SuperLawyers© in Commercial Litigation and has for 20 years held the “AV/Preeminent” rating by Martindale-Hubbell and is listed by Best Lawyers as a member of Best Attorneys in Louisiana.

As a business lawyer, Seale has served as legal counsel or executive counsel for banks and commercial entities, developers, contractors, medical practices, and political subdivisions.  For larger clients, this work has included managing legal matters, including litigation in other jurisdictions, and coordinating claims handling procedures with the client’s insurance carriers. He is experienced in mergers and acquisitions and generational transfers within family businesses.

Seale has also served as Chairman of the Louisiana State Mineral Board where he supervised the Board’s major litigation against Fortune 500 defendants, including hundreds of millions of dollars in dispute.

Economic Development has been an interest of Seale; he is a former Chair of the Northshore Business Council, an invitation-only organization of Presidents and CEOs of Northshore businesses that actively pursue business interests in coordination with regional business councils and Chambers of Commerce. Seale is a Director of GNO, Inc., a regional economic development alliance covering a 10-parish region of the state, and is a member of the Executive Committee and the Public Policy Committee.

Seale is a Member of First Presbyterian Church in Hammond and leads a theological study group within the local church and beyond. He was married to Susan Fagan Seale in July 2017.  Seale has a son, daughter-in-law, and two grandsons who reside in Austin, and Susan has a son, daughter-in-law, and three grandchildren who reside in Covington, Louisiana, as well as a daughter and son-in-law who reside in New Orleans. Seale’s recreational activities have included flying, scuba diving, and photography. As a pilot, Seale holds multi-engine, instrument, and seaplane ratings.

He serves as the representative of the 1st Congressional District. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2028.

Darren G. Mire

Secretary
2nd Congressional District

Appointed: 2017, 2019
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2024
P.O. Box 57373
New Orleans, LA 70157-7373

Full Bio

In January 2011, Darren Mire became the Director of Valuation for the newly formed Orleans Parish Assessor’s Office, where he supervises the mass appraisal of over 168,000 parcels in the City of New Orleans.  Previously he served 8 ½ years as the elected Assessor of the First Municipal District of Orleans Parish where his constituency consisted of the state’s wealthiest taxing district before the consolidation of the parish’s seven tax assessment districts.  As a native and life-long resident of New Orleans, he graduated from Jesuit High School; Tulane University, where he earned his B.A. in Political Economy; and the Graduate School of Political Management, where he earned a Masters in Professional Studies in Political Management.

Darren provides property tax instruction through several area homebuyer training programs.  Darren is a Certified Louisiana Deputy Assessor and has completed coursework in Real Estate Sales and Appraisal at the Uptown Professional Real Estate School, is a licensed real estate agent and is a member of the International Association of Assessing Officers.

In addition to his public endeavors, Darren most recently served eight years as a member of the Southern University Board of Supervisors where he served as Chairman of the Board from 2011-2012. Darren currently serves as Chairman of the Board for the Dryades YMCA and is an active member of Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

He serves as the representative of the 2nd Congressional District. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2024.


David J. Aubrey

At-Large Member

Appointed: 2023
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2024
301 Main Street, #1050
Baton Rouge, LA 70801

Full Bio

David J. Aubrey is the President of AT&T Louisiana. Before his current role, he served for four years as the Regional Vice President of External & Legislative Affairs. In that role, he managed Louisiana’s external and legislative affairs team that plans and implements activities for achieving AT&T’s legislative, regulatory and community objectives.

He joined AT&T in 2014 as Regional Director of External Affairs for North Louisiana and was later promoted to Director of External Relations for AT&T Louisiana in 2015.

Mr. Aubrey is the former executive director of the Strategic Action Council (SAC) of Northwest, Louisiana, a broad-based regional, business, and civic organization created to enhance the capacity of the region so that it can compete in today’s global, technology-driven economy. He was the founding managing director of the Minority Supplier Institute. During his tenure, the organization grew from an annual budget of approximately $100K to nearly $500K and built a strong reserve which was unprecedented for nonprofits during the most recent recession.  He also recruited and assisted more than sixty (60) minority businesses with securing more than $20 million in contracts with private corporations, majority contractors, and government agencies.

In 1998, he made history when, at the age of 24, he was elected the first African-American mayor of his hometown of Homer, Louisiana, making him the state’s youngest mayor at the time.

The 1991 valedictorian of Homer High School graduated with honors from Grambling State University (GSU) in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in public administration. While at GSU, he was elected president of the Student Government Association and selected to the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors as the student member.

David is married to the former Millicent Maiden along with his endearing marriage and relationship with his Alma Mater, Grambling State University.

He was appointed as an At-Large Member. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2024.


Christian C. Creed

5th Congressional District

Appointed: 2023
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2028
1805 Tower Drive, P.O. Box 14136
Monroe, LA 71201

Full Bio

Christian Creed is the managing partner of Creed & Creed, a law firm Mr. Creed and his wife, Catherine, founded in Monroe, Louisiana in 1998. He received his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, where he served as Student Body President and was a member of the Loyola National Moot Court Team.  Mr. Creed received his bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University (LSU), where he served as Student Body President and was a member of the LSU Athletic Counsel. He presently serves as the President of the Northeast Louisiana Chapter of the LSU Alumni Association.

Mr. Creed is a member of the 4th Judicial District Court Bar Association, where he previously served on the Executive Board, the Alexandria Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Mr. Creed is a lifetime member of Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity and American Inns of Court. He is a member of the Louisiana Association for Justice (LAJ), where he presently serves on the Executive Committee.  He previously served on the LAJ Board of Governors and as the LAJ Technology Section Chair.

Mr. Creed’s civic involvement includes serving as past President of the Northeast Louisiana Salvation Army, past President of the Louisiana Purchase Counsel-Boy Scouts of America, and past President of the Twin City Arts Foundation.  He has served and continues to serve in various leadership positions with the United Way of Northeast Louisiana. He previously served on the Board of Directors of the Tri-District Boys & Girls Club, American Red Cross, Med Camps of Louisiana, and Grace Episcopal School. Mr. Creed is also a member of the North Louisiana Economic Partnership, Monroe Chamber of Commerce, West Monroe Chamber of Commerce, and the Rotary Club of Monroe, where he is a Paul Harris Fellow. Mr. Creed was also a past member of the Louisiana Delta Community College Foundation, and a current member of the St. Francis Foundation, which supports programs that sustain and perpetuate quality health care at St. Francis Medical Center in Monroe, Louisiana.

Mr. Creed is a past recipient of the Good Neighbor Award presented by the Better Business Bureau of Northeast and Central Louisiana, and the BART Award, which is awarded by the Monroe Downtown Art Alliance and recognizes contributions to the arts in northeast Louisiana.  Mr. Creed received the Silver Beaver Award from the Boy Scouts of America, which recognizes those with exceptional character who have provided distinguished service within a council. He was previously selected by the Monroe Chamber of Commerce as the James M. Shipp, Jr. Memorial Young Business Leader of the Year and was the recipient of the City of Monroe’s Nashall Harris Humanitarian Award.  Mr. Creed was the first recipient of the Community Service Award presented by the United Way of Northeast Louisiana.

Mr. Creed and his wife, Catherine, are the parents of two adult children and reside in Monroe, Louisiana, where they are members of Grace Episcopal Church.

He serves as the representative of the 5th Congressional District. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2028.

 

Blake R. David

3rd Congressional District

Appointed: 2017, 2023
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2028
P.O. Box 3524
Lafayette, LA 70502

Full Bio

Blake R. David is founding partner of the Lafayette firm of Broussard & David, L.L.C., where he is a practicing trial lawyer representing individuals and their families in injury and death cases. He received a BA degree from LSU and his JD from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Mr. David is an “AV” rated attorney by Martindale-Hubble (the highest rating possible). Blake is board-certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in Civil Trial Advocacy.

Blake has been named to the Top 1% of lawyers nationwide by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. He has also been recognized by The National Trial Lawyers as a Top 100 Trial Lawyers (2012-2017), an exclusive designation for trial lawyers who exemplify superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership. Blake has been recognized by Louisiana Super Lawyers (2012-17) in the field of personal injury law. He has also been recognized by the Million Dollar Advocates and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forums, and three separate times has achieved Top 100 jury verdicts in the country (Verdict Search).

Blake is on the Executive Committee for the Louisiana Association for Justice; is a past president of the Lafayette Bar Association and serves on the Lafayette Bar Foundation Board; past president of the Federal Bar Association’s Lafayette Chapter; past president of the American Inn of Court of Acadiana.

Blake served on the Louisiana State Bar Association (LSBA) Board of Governors (2014-2017). He has been a presenter for many CLEs, including the LSBA Admiralty Symposium from 2009-2017. He was the recipient of the LSBA Outstanding Young Lawyer Award in 2009.

In his community, Blake is past chair of the Lafayette Downtown Development Authority. He serves on the IberiaBank Advisory Board, founding board member of the ABC Art Fund (executive committee), Miles Perret Cancer Services Board, Community Foundation of Acadiana, Opus Christi Magnum fundraisers for Catholic Charities of Acadiana, Foundation Board member, and Eucharistic Minister for Our Lady of Fatima Church, the Acadiana Tigers board, and a founding board member of “the705”, a young professionals organization focused on leadership and service in the community. Lafayette Daily Advertiser named him to the “20 Under 40” list of successful young business persons in 2006.

Prior to litigating, Blake worked as a registered lobbyist with Haynie & Associates in Baton Rouge. He and his wife, Amber, have been married for 13 years and are the parents of three children.

He serves as the representative of the 3rd Congressional District. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2028.


Randy L. Ewing

At-Large Member

Appointed: 2018
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2023
923 N. Trenton
Ruston, LA 71270

Full Bio

Randy L. Ewing is a timber businessman from Jackson Parish, who represented District 35 in the Louisiana State Senate from 1988 to 2000. He was the State Senate President in his last term from 1996 to 2000. Regent Ewing is the past president of the Louisiana Forestry Association.  He has also served with Council for a Better Louisiana, Steps to Success, and the Louisiana Methodist Foundation.

Ewing earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance/Business from Louisiana State University and A&M College.  He is married to Rosemary Upshaw Ewing, and they have four children and five grandchildren.

He was appointed as an At-Large Member. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2023.

 

Stephanie A. Finley

3rd Congressional District

Appointed: 2020
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2026
4400A Ambassador Caffery Parkway
Lafayette, LA 70508

Full Bio

Stephanie Finley is a Louisiana Attorney and Keynote Speaker. She is a Board Director for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana, the state’s largest health care provider. Ms. Finley is a former United States Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana (2010 – 2017), the first woman in the state-appointed to the position. Appointed by President Barack Obama and confirmed by the United States Senate, she served as the chief law enforcement officer for 42 of the 64 parishes in the state, charged with the prosecution of criminal cases brought by the Federal Government and the prosecution and defense of civil cases in which the United States was a party.

As U.S. Attorney, Ms. Finley was she was selected to be a member of the United States Attorney General’s Advisory Committee (2011 – 2013) which was responsible for developing policy and representing the interests of the 94 U.S. Attorney’s Offices, as well as advising the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General. She served as the representative for the Fifth Circuit U.S. Attorneys, chaired, second chaired, co-chaired the Office of Management and Budget Committee, and was a member of the Civil Rights and Indian Country Subcommittees and Child Exploitation and Veteran’s Working Groups.

Prior to her appointment, Ms. Finley was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the District’s criminal division of the Shreveport and Lafayette Offices. In her 21 plus years with the Department of Justice, she handled a wide-ranging docket including litigation of fraud cases of all types, tax evasion, organized narcotics trafficking, tribal and military-related matters, civil rights, firearms, immigration, identity theft, child exploitation, and murder cases in the District’s five divisions. She also held the position of Senior Litigation Counsel responsible for the training and mentoring programs for the District and was the Deputy Criminal Chief for the District’s Lafayette Office.

Ms. Finley served as an Assistant Staff Judge Advocate in the U.S. Air Force until her retirement in 2016 as a Lieutenant Colonel. She was assigned to Air Force Global Strike Command, 8th Air Force, and the 2nd Bomb Wing, Barksdale Air Force Base as a reservist and served four years on active duty at England Air Force Base, Louisiana, and Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina. During her military career, she performed duties at bases throughout the country as an Assistant Staff Judge Advocate and a hearing officer for criminal cases and administrative discharge boards, as well as working on contract, labor, legal assistance, and military justice issues for active duty, reservists, retirees, and dependents of military families. While on active duty, Ms. Finley was appointed as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana and the District of South Carolina. She is the recipient of four Meritorious Service Medals, two Commendation Medals, an Outstanding Unit Award, a National Defense Service Medal, a Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, a Longevity Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, and a Training Ribbon. Ms. Finley is a graduate of Air War College, Air Command and Staff College, and Squadron Officer School.

In addition to being a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Grambling State University where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, Ms. Finley was selected as one of the nation’s Distinguished Graduates of the Reserve Officer Training Corps. She is a 1991 Cum Laude graduate of Southern University Law Center where she received her Juris Doctorate and served as the Editor in Chief of the Law Review.

Ms. Finley has been recognized for her longstanding dedication and commitment to the community. She currently serves on the Louisiana State Bar Testing Committee and the U.S. Attorney Grant Committee. She is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors and a Life Member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. She previously served as the Louisiana State Bar Association’s Criminal Bar Examiner and as an Assistant Bar Examiner, a member of the Lafayette Bar Foundation Board, President of the Eta Chi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and an officer of the Louis A. Martinet Society/Lafayette. Ms. Finley is a regular Continuing Legal Education and youth conference lecturer and has been honored as a “Top 20 Under 40” recipient, one of Lafayette’s “Women Who Means Business,” a “Person of Excellence” recipient from the National Association of University Women, a Torchbearers’ Award recipient, a Southern University Law Center Hall of Fame inductee, a recipient of Grambling State University’s Beacon Award for Public Service, a Public Service Award recipient at Alpha Kappa Alpha’s South Central Regional Conference, and various other Achievement Awards.

She serves as the representative of the 3rd Congressional District. He will complete her term of service on December 31, 2026.


Samuel Gil

Student Board Member, COSBP

Appointed: 2023
Current Term Expires: May 31, 2024
McNeese State University
Lake Charles, LA 70605

Full Bio

Samuel Gil is a senior at McNeese State University from Ville Platte, LA. He is studying Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. He is serving his second term as Student Body President of McNeese State University. Previously, he served the Division of Administration, Office of Broadband Development and Connectivity, as a 2022 Governor’s Fellow.

He is the past Secretary and Vice President of Kappa Sigma Theta-Rho and is the current Interfraternity Council President. He is a member of the McNeese Honors College and is chair of the Technological Advancements for Students Committee as well as the Campus Development Committee. Under his leadership, McNeese SGA secured funding for improvements to their library study rooms, procured, in conjunction with the Recreation Complex, over $100,000 to improve their lobby and cardio theatre, and created the Outstanding Graduate Program.

 

Robert W. Levy

5th Congressional District
Appointed: 2001, 2007, 2013, 2019

Current Term Expires: December 31, 2024
One Ridgecrest Drive
Dubach, LA  71235

Full Bio

Robert W. Levy is a graduate of Nicholls State University and the Louisiana State University School of Law.  For twenty-four years, Mr. Levy served as the elected District Attorney for the 3rd Judicial District (Lincoln and Union Parishes).  He retired from the District Attorney’s office in 2015.  He is the former Mayor of the town of Vienna, Louisiana.

Mr. Levy has played an active role in both higher education and K-12 by serving on the faculty at Louisiana Tech University for more than twenty-seven years as well as on Louisiana’s Blue Ribbon Commission for Educational Excellence and the High School Redesign Commission.  He is an active member on the Board of Directors of Education’s Next Horizon.  Previously Mr. Levy served as Chair of the Board of Regents in 2011-2012 and has been re-elected as Chair for 2018.

While serving as District Attorney, he was elected as the president of the Louisiana District Attorneys Association and appointed as chairman of the Juvenile Justice Task Force.  He also was selected by his peers to be the Louisiana state director and board member on the National District Attorneys Association.

In addition to serving six years as a member of the Judicial Council of the Louisiana Supreme Court, Mr. Levy was also a member of the Trial Court Committee.  He has served as chairman and vice-chairman of the Union and Lincoln Parish Detention Center Commissions, as well as the North Louisiana Crime Lab Commission.

Mr. Levy served on the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement for sixteen years and the Louisiana Drug Control and Violent Crime Policy Board.  He has also served as a member of the Louisiana Law Institute Criminal Procedure Committee, the Governor’s DNA Task Force, and is the founder and past chair of Pine Hills Child Advocacy Center, Inc., Pine Hills Sexual Assault Center, and the 3rd  District Truancy Assessment and Service Center. Mr. Levy is a founding director of the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team and past director of the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault.

Mr. Levy is a member of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (board of directors), and Vice Chairman for the Council for a Better Louisiana (CABL), where he has held leadership positions on the board of directors including past chairman.  Mr. Levy served on the Board of Directors of Community Trust Bank (now Origin Bank) for 16 years.

Mr. Levy is married to Melanie J. Levy and is the father of three children. They are members of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Ruston.

He serves as the representative of the 5th Congressional District. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2024.

Phillip R. May

1st Congressional District

Appointed: 2019
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2026
4809 Jefferson Highway
Jefferson, LA 70121

Full Bio

Phillip R. May is the president and chief executive officer of Entergy Louisiana, LLC, which serves more than one million electric customers in the state. He is responsible for the company’s customer service, regulatory and public affairs, resource planning, economic development programs and charitable contributions, as well as its financial performance.

May led the successful effort to combine the Entergy Louisiana and Entergy Gulf States Louisiana operating companies to form a single, stronger utility to serve Louisiana customers. In addition, he is implementing the company’s long-term strategy to modernize its generation fleet while helping meet Louisiana’s future energy needs. He oversaw the completion and startup of operations at Nine Mile Unit 6, the first new power plant added to the Louisiana fleet in nearly 30 years.

Under his leadership, Entergy Louisiana also has received regulatory approval and started construction of two combined-cycle generation units, the St. Charles Power Station, which is scheduled to begin commercial operation in June 2019, and the Lake Charles Power Station, which is expected to be on line by June 2020. When the Lake Charles unit is complete, the company will have replaced since 2004 approximately half of its older, less efficient generation capacity with new, cleaner natural gas-fired units.

May, who joined Entergy in 1986, served most recently as vice president of regulatory services where he was responsible for the development and implementation of system-wide regulatory strategies. In this role, he implemented programs to address cost recovery and regulatory lag through innovative ratemaking such as formula rate plans, specific cost-recovery mechanisms, and performance-based rates.

Other positions of leadership include serving as vice president of transition management and managing director of corporate strategic planning and analysis.

May serves on the boards of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; GNO, Inc.; The Louisiana Nature Conservancy; Teach for America of South Louisiana; City Year Baton Rouge, and Second Harvest Food Bank.

May received a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southwestern Louisiana and a Master of Business Administration from the University of New Orleans. He also completed the mergers and acquisitions program at the Wharton School in Philadelphia, Pa.

He serves as the representative of the 1st Congressional District. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2026.

 


Wilbert Pryor

4th Congressional District

Appointed: 2017, 2023
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2028
1150 Saxon Place
Shreveport, LA 71107

Full Bio

Wilbert Pryor is an attorney in Shreveport. He currently serves as the Chief Deputy District Attorney for Caddo Parish  for the Honorable James E. Stewart, Sr., Caddo Parish District Attorney. He formerly served as an ad hoc Shreveport City Court judge and was in private law practice.

A native of Shreveport, Mr. Pryor is a graduate of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, where he was a football letterman, and the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center.  He has served on the Louisiana Lottery Corporation Board of  Directors and on the Louisiana Commission on Human Rights.  He presently serves on the Family Justice Center of Northwest Louisiana Board of Directors, the Pathways to Education  Board of Directors, and the Zion Baptist Church, Shreveport, LA, Board of Deacons. For his efforts to improve the community, Mr. Pryor was awarded the 2016 NAACP Shreveport branch Dr. Jesse N. Stone Pioneer Award.

He serves as the representative of the 4th Congressional District. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2028.


Terrie P. Sterling

At-Large Member

Appointed: 2021, 2023
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2028
5635 Main St., Suite A: Box 179
Zachary, LA 70791

Full Bio

Terrie P. Sterling is the CEO of her own healthcare management services firm which focuses on service line planning and growth, leadership development and executive coaching.  Terrie also serves as the Chief Nursing Advisor at nDorse. In her role at nDorse, Sterling leads strategy and supports business development for the mobile and web-based software platform.  She was appointed by Governor John Bel Edwards as Co-Chair of the Resilient Louisiana Commission.  Ms. Sterling served as the Executive VP for Strategic Initiatives at OLOLRMC where she led the development of a freestanding Children’s Hospital in 2019. She is formerly the Chief Operating Officer of Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center (OLOLRMC), where she was responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the largest hospital in Louisiana with more than 800 beds. Under Ms. Sterling’s leadership, OLOLRMC was recognized among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in its 2017-18 “Best Hospitals” rankings.

Ms. Sterling has been a member of the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge since 2006, was inducted in the Louisiana Nurses Foundation Hall of Fame in 2016, received the Louisiana State University Women’s Center Esprit de Femme Award in 2014 and is a past recipient of the Influential Women in Business Award from the Baton Rouge Business Report.

She previously served on the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, New Orleans Branch, and has also been involved with the Capital Area United Way, Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area, and Capital Area American Heart Association.

She is a member of The Links, Incorporated and Gamma Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.  Ms. Sterling has served on the Core Leadership Team of the Louisiana Action Coalition for the Future of Nursing Campaign for Action since its inception in 2011. She plays a pivotal role with the Nurse Leader Institute and the Nurse Mentorship Program sponsored by the Louisiana Action Coalition.

Terrie holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Northeast Louisiana University, a Master of Business Administration from Louisiana State University, and a Master of Nursing Science, from Loyola University, New Orleans. Ms. Sterling is board-certified in healthcare management as an American College of Healthcare Executives Fellow.

Terrie and her husband, Edmund, have one adult daughter, Arial.

She was appointed as an At-Large Member. She will complete his term of service on December 31, 2028.


Collis B. Temple III

6th Congressional District

Appointed: 2015
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2026
3636 S. Sherwood Forest Boulevard, Suite 500
Baton Rouge, LA 70816

Full Bio

Collis Temple III of Baton Rouge is a National Sales Director and agency owner with Primerica, an international financial services marketing organization.

Prior to joining Primerica and pursuing his own dreams of business ownership, Collis was a student-athlete playing basketball at LSU. While at LSU he earned a bachelor’s degree in General Business in three years, then completed a master’s degree in sports management, before beginning the pursuit of his doctorate in Educational Leadership. According to LSU’s Sports Information Department, Collis is believed to be the first Division I student-athlete to complete an undergraduate degree and master’s degree as well as begin a doctoral program while still eligible to play athletics.

Collis was named a “Top 40 Under 40” by the Baton Rouge Business Report at age 24, after making the decision in 2003 to retire from basketball due to injury and pursue his business interests with Primerica. In 2020, Collis represented LSU and was honored as part of the 2020 Allstate SEC Basketball Legends class.  Collis, who played for the Tigers from 1999-2003, finished his career with 1,173 points and an average of 10.2 points per game.

He represents the 6th Congressional District and his current term expires on December 31, 2026.

Felix R. Weill

6th Congressional District

Appointed: 2019
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2024
516 West Woodruff Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Full Bio

Felix Weill, a native of Baton Rouge, has practiced law continuously in Louisiana’s capital city for 46 years. In recent years, he has concentrated his practice in the areas of estate planning, business law, and non-profit organizations. He has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court since 1978 and all Louisiana courts since his admission to the bar in 1972.

Felix was educated in the Baton Rouge public schools and graduated from Baton Rouge High School in 1965. He was inducted into the Baton Rouge High School Hall of Fame in 2017.

In 1969, he graduated from Louisiana State University, ranked first in the College of Business Administration. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army Reserve through his participation in the Reserve Officer Training Corp. A highlight of his college experience was being invited by the President of the United States to attend the Presidential Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C.

Felix is a 1972 honor graduate of the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU. During law school, he served as Senior Associate Editor of the Louisiana Law Review and was inducted into the Order of the Coif. He has served on the Alumni Board of Trustees of the Paul M. Hebert Law Center.

In addition to a his legal practice, Felix has given his time, leadership, and support to many civic organizations, including the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge (President); LSU Foundation (Board); Cadets of the Ole War Skule (President); Up Alliance (formerly the Greater Baton Rouge Literacy Coalition – Board); Swine Palace Theater at LSU (Board); and Louisiana Military Hall of Fame and Museum (Board).

Felix is a lifelong member of Congregation B’nai Israel of Baton Rouge, having served in many capacities, including President of the Congregation and Chair of its Foundation. He is also a Past President of the Jewish Federation of Greater Baton Rouge.

Felix has been married to Lynn Schmulen Weill for 49 years. They have two sons, David and Bradley, and two grandchildren, Amelia and Cora.

He serves as the representative of the 6th Congressional District. He will complete his term of service on December 31, 2024.


Judy A. Williams-Brown

4th Congressional District

Appointed: 2020
Current Term Expires: December 31, 2026
P.O. Box 143
Athens, LA 71003

Full Bio

Judy A. Williams-Brown is the Senior Vice President and Banking Center Manager of the Origin Bank Depot location in Ruston.  A native of Haynesville, Williams-Brown has over 35 years of experience in the banking industry.

Ms. Williams-Brown, who earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, was appointed by Governor John Bel Edwards to serve as a member of the Board of Regents.

She serves as the representative of the 4th Congressional District. She will complete his term of service on December 31, 2026.

 

Board of Regents History

1975

Thomas D. James, Chairman
John R. Thistlethwaite, Vice Chairman
Woodrow J. “Woody” DeFelice , Secretary
Robert J. Bodet
Richard E. D’Aquin
Albert W. Dent
Ewell E. Eagan
Fred C. Frey
J. K. Haynes
Parletta F. Holmes
George L. Luffey
Rogers M. Prestridge
Robert G. Pugh
Joe D. Smith Jr.
D. S. Young

1976

Woodrow J. “Woody” DeFelice, Chairman
Rogers M. Prestridge, Vice Chairman
Richard E. D’Aquin, Secretary
Robert J. Bodet
Albert W. Dent
Ewell Eagan
Fred C. Frey
J. K. Haynes
Parletta F. Holmes
Thomas D. James
George L. Luffey
Robert G. Pugh
Joe D. Smith Jr.
John R. Thistlethwaite
D. S. Young

1977

Woodrow J. “Woody” DeFelice, Chairman
Rogers M. Prestridge, Vice Chairman
Richard E. D’Aquin, Secretary
Robert J. Bodet
Albert W. Dent
Ewell Eagan
J.K. Haynes
Parletta F. Holmes
Thomas D. James
Edith Kirkpatrick
George L. Luffey
Robert G. Pugh
Joe D. Smith Jr.
John R. Thistlethwaite
D.S. Young

1978

George L. Luffey, Chairman
Robert J. Bodet, Vice Chairman
Parletta F. Holmes, Secretary
Richard E. D’Aquin
Woodrow J. “Woody” DeFelice
Albert W. Dent
Ewell E. Eagan
J. K. Haynes
Thomas D. James
Claude Kirkpatrick
Rogers M. Prestridge
Robert G. Pugh
Joe O. Smith Jr.
John R. Thistlelhwaite
D. S. Young

1979

George L. Luffey, Chairman
Robert J. Bodet, Vice Chairman
Parletta Holmes, Secretary
Woodrow J. “Woody” DeFelice
Albert W. Dent
Thomas D. James
Edith Kirkpatrick
Charles Milam
Rogers M. Prestridge
Richard E. D’Aquin
Ewell Eagan
J. K. Haynes
Robert G. Pugh
Joe D. Smith Jr.
John R. Thistlethwaite

1980

Albert W. Dent, Chairman
Robert G. Pugh, Vice Chairman
Edith Kirkpatrick, Secretary
Robert J. Bodet
Ewell E. Eagan
Woodrow J. “Woody” DeFelice
J. K. Haynes
Parletta F. Holmes
Thomas James
George L. Luffey
Charles R. Milam
Rogers M. Prestridge
John R. Thistlethwaite
Richard E. D’Aquin
Joe D. Smith Jr.

2019

Marty J. Chabert, Chairman
Collis B. Temple III, Vice Chairman
Blake R. David, Secretary
Claudia Adley
Randy Ewing
Robert W. Levy
Charles R. McDonald
Darren G. Mire
Sonia A. Perez
Wilbert D. Pyor
T. Jay Seale III
Gary N. Solomon Jr.
Gerald Theunissen
Felix R. Weill
Jacqueline Wyatt

2020

Marty J. Chabert, Chairman
Collis B. Temple III, Vice Chairman
Blake R. David, Secretary
Claudia Adley
Randy Ewing
Robert W. Levy
Charles R. McDonald
Phillip R. May Jr.
Darren G. Mire
Sonia A. Perez
Wilbert D. Pyor
T. Jay Seale III
Gary N. Solomon Jr.
Gerald Theunissen
Felix R. Weill

2021

Blake R. David, Chair
T. Jay Seale III, Vice Chair
Sonia A. Perez, Secretary
Randy L. Ewing
Stephanie A. Finley
Robert W. Levy
Charles R. McDonald
Phillip R. May, Jr.
Darren G. Mire
Wilbert D. Pryor
Gary N. Solomon Jr.
Terrie P. Sterling*
Collis B. Temple III
Felix R. Weill
Judy A. Williams-Brown
*Terrie P. Sterling replaced Marty J. Chabert in April 2021

2022

Collis B. Temple III, Chair
Gary N. Solomon Jr., Vice Chair
Sonia A. Perez, Secretary
Blake R. David
Randy Ewing
Stephanie A. Finley
Robert W. Levy
Phillip R. May Jr.
Charles R. McDonald
Darren G. Mire
Wilbert Pryor
T. Jay Seale III
Terrie P. Sterling
Felix Weill
Judy A. Williams-Brown

2023

Collis B. Temple III, Chair
Gary N. Solomon Jr., Vice Chair
Robert W. Levy, Secretary
David A. Aubrey
Christian C. Creed
Blake R. David
Randy Ewing
Stephanie A. Finley
Phillip R. May Jr.
Darren G. Mire
Wilbert Pryor
T. Jay Seale III
Terrie P. Sterling
Felix R. Weill
Judy A. Williams-Brown

2024

Gary N. Solomon Jr., Chair
T. Jay Seale III, Vice Chair
Darren G. Mire, Secretary
David J. Aubrey
Misti P. Cordell*
Christian C. Creed
Blake R. David
Stephanie A. Finley
Robert W. Levy
Phillip R. May Jr.
Wilbert Pryor
Terrie P. Sterling
Collis B. Temple III
Felix R. Weill
Judy A. Williams-Brown
*replaced Randy Ewing on March 27, 2024

  • Board Chairs
    Year Chair Vice Chair Secretary
    1975 Thomas James John R. Thistlethwaite W.J. “Woody” DeFelice
    1976 W.J. “Woody” DeFelice Rogers M. Prestridge Richard E. D’Aquin
    1977 W.J. “Woody” DeFelice Rogers M. Prestridge Richard E. D’Aquin
    1978 George L. Luffey Robert J. Bodet Parletta Holmes
    1979 George L. Luffey Robert J. Bodet Parletta Holmes
    1980 Albert W. Dent Robert G. Pugh Edith Kirkpatrick
    1981 Robert G. Pugh Charles R. Milam Parletta Holmes
    1982 Robert G. Pugh Charles R. Milam Parletta Holmes
    1983 John Thistlewaite Marie Carter Donald T. Bollinger
    1984 John Thistlewaite Marie Carter Donald T. Bollinger
    1985 Sen. E. Edwards Barham Edith Kirkpatrick J.K. Haynes
    1986 Sen. E. Edwards Barham Edith Kirkpatrick J.K. Haynes
    1987 Robert J. Bodet Robert K. Rush, M.D. Frank O. Pruitt
    1988 Robert J. Bodet J.K. Haynes Richard E. D’Aquin
    1988 J.K. Haynes* George L. Luffey Richard E. D’Aquin
    1989 John F. Keller, S.J. George W. Hardy Richard E. D’Aquin
    1990 George W. Hardy George L. Luffey Richard E. D’Aquin
    1991 George W. Hardy George L. Luffey Richard E. D’Aquin
    1992 Joan Blondin, M.D. George W. Hardy Thomas P. Perkins
    1993 George L. Luffey Joan Blondin, M.D. Wayne J. Lee
    1994 George L. Luffey R. William Wright Richard E. D’Aquin
    1995 Michael Dees George L. Luffey Richard E. D’Aquin
    1996 Michael Dees Harold Callais Mary Ella Sanders
    1997 Harold Callais Mary Ella Sanders Richard E. D’Aquin
    1998 Harold Callais Mary Ella Sanders Richard E. D’Aquin
    1999 Mary Ella Sanders Richard E. D’Aquin William “Ron” Roberts Jr.
    2000 Mary Ella Sanders Richard E. D’Aquin William “Ron” Roberts Jr.
    2001 Richard E. D’Aquin William “Ron” Roberts Jr. Roland Toups
    2002 Richard E. D’Aquin William “Ron” Roberts Jr. Roland Toups
    2003 William “Ron” Roberts Jr. Roland Toups Frances Henry
    2004 Roland Toups Frances Henry Pat Strong
    2005 Roland Toups Frances Henry Pat Strong
    2006 Roland Toups Frances Henry Pat Strong
    2007 Pat Strong Scott Brame Artis Terrell Jr.
    2008 Pat Strong Scott Brame Artis Terrell Jr.
    2009 Artis Terrell Jr. Robert W. Levy Mary Ellen Roy
    2010 Artis Terrell Jr. Robert W. Levy Mary Ellen Roy
    2011 Robert W. Levy Mary Ellen Roy Charlotte Bollinger
    2012 Robert W. Levy Charlotte Bollinger Joseph Wiley
    2013 W. Clinton Rasberry Jr. Joseph Wiley Charlotte Bollinger
    2014 W. Clinton Rasberry Jr. William Fenstermaker Albert Sam II
    2015 Roy Martin III Richard A. Lipsey Joseph Farr
    2016 Richard A. Lipsey Edward Markle Joseph Farr
    2017 Richard A. Lipsey Edward Markle Marty J. Chabert
    2018 Robert W. Levy Marty J. Chabert Collis Temple III
    2019 Marty J. Chabert Collis Temple III Blake R. David
    2020 Marty J. Chabert Collis Temple III Blake R. David
    2021 Blake R. David T. Jay Seale III Sonia A. Perez
    2022 Collis B. Temple III Gary N. Solomon Jr. Sonia A. Perez
    2023 Collis B. Temple III Gary N. Solomon Jr. T. Jay Seale III
    2024 Gary N. Solomon Jr. T. Jay Seale III Darren G. Mire

    *replaced Bodet in August 1988

  • Board Members
    Board Member Year(s)
    Abbott Jr., Herschel 1999 – 2001
    Abraham, Mark 2012 – 2015
    Adley, Claudia 2015 – 2020
    Aubrey, David A. January 9, 2023 –
    Baker, Charlie Jan. 11, 1991 – Dec. 31, 1996
    Ballard, Scott 2011
    Barham, E. Edwards Feb. 26, 1981 – Dec. 31, 1986
    Blake, William D. “Billy” 2001 – 2006
    Blondin M.D., Joan Jan. 3, 1989 – Dec. 31, 1996
    Bodet, Robert J. Jan. 9, 1975 – Aug. 18, 1988
    Bollinger, Charlotte 2009 – 2014
    Bollinger, Donald T. Feb. 26, 1981 – Dec. 31, 1986
    Brame, Scott O. 1999 – 2010
    Bruno, Robert J. 2007 – 2012
    Callais, Harold January 1993 – Dec. 31, 1998
    Carter, Marie M. Feb. 26, 1981 – Dec. 31, 1986
    Chabert, Marty J. 2015 – 2021
    Cordell, Misti P. March 27, 2024 –
    Creed, Christian C. January 9, 2023 –
    D’Aquin, Richard E. Jan. 9, 1975 – Dec. 31, 1992
    David, Blake R. January 9, 2017 –
    Dees, Michael January 1993 – December 1998
    DeFelice, Woodrow J. “Woody” Jan. 4, 1975 – Dec. 31, 1980
    Dent, Albert W. April 3, 1969 – Dec. 31, 1980
    Dupre, Joel 2013 – 2016
    Dupre, Coty Reginald “Reggie” 1995 – 2005
    Durbin, Maurice 2007 – 2012
    Eagan, Ewell E. April 3, 1969 – October 1984
    Eagan, Frederick L. Oct. 24, 1984 – Dec. 31, 1985
    Egan, Pamela B. 2013 – 2014
    Ewing, Randy L. 2018 – Dec. 31, 2023
    Farr, Joseph 2011 – 2016
    Fenstermaker, William H. “Bill” 2011 – 2016
    Finley, Stephanie A. 2020 – Dec. 31, 2026
    Frey, Fred C. April 3, 1969 – January 1977
    Georges, John 1995 – 2001
    Gorman, Chris 2011 – 2016
    Hardy, George Jan. 3, 1989 – Jan. 7, 1993
    Haynes, J.K. April 3, 1969 – Dec. 31, 1988
    Henning, Thomas G. 2016 – 2018
    Henry, Frances 1995 – 2006
    Holmes, Parletta F. Oct. 15, 1974 – Dec. 31, 1988
    Jacobs, Stanley J. 2003 – 2006
    James, Thomas D. April 3, 1975 – Dec. 31, 1988
    Keller, John F. Dec. 10, 1985 – Dec. 31, 1996
    Kirkpatrick, Edith K. Jan. 11, 1977 – Dec. 31, 1988
    Klein, Donna 2007 – 2012
    Labat, Ingrid 2006 – 2010
    Levy, Robert W. 2001 –
    Lipsey, Richard A. 2013 – 2018
    Lee, Wayne Jan. 3, 1989 – Dec. 31, 1994
    Luffey, George L. Jan. 9, 1975 – Dec. 31, 1980, Jan. 12, 1987 – Dec. 31, 1992
    Markle, Edward 2013 – 2018
    Martin III, Roy O. 2012 – 2017
    May Jr., Phillip R. 2019 –
    McDonald, Charles R. 2017 – 2022
    Mijalis, Gus S. Jan. 12, 1987 – Dec. 31, 1992
    Milam, Charles May 17, 1979 – Dec. 31, 1982
    Mire, Darren G. January 9, 2017 –
    Oliver, William A. “Bill” 2002 – 2004
    Perez, Sonia A. 2018 – 2022
    Perkins, Thomas Jan. 3, 1989 – May 1992
    Prestridge, Judge Rogers M. Jan. 9, 1975 – Dec. 31, 1980
    Pruitt, Frank O. Jan. 6, 1983 – Dec. 31, 1988
    Pryor, Wilbert August 23, 2017 –
    Pugh, Robert G. Sept. 26, 1974 – Dec. 31, 1990
    Rambin, Melvin 1999 – 2002
    Rasberry Jr., W. Clinton “Bubba” 2004 – 2014; January 9, 2017 – August 23, 2017
    Roberts Jr., William “Ron” 1996 – 2003
    Robinson Jr., Virgil 1999 – 2006
    Roy, Mary Ellen 2006 – 2011
    Rush M.D., Robert K. Jan. 4, 1985 – Dec. 31, 1990
    Sam II, Albert 2011 – 2014
    Sanders, Mary Ella 1995 – 2000
    Seale III, T. Jay January 9, 2017 –
    Simmons, Norbert A. Jan. 12, 1987 – Dec. 31, 1992
    Smith, Joe D. April 3, 1975 – Dec. 31, 1984
    Smith, William Clifford 2001 – 2008
    Solomon Jr., Gary N. 2019 –
    Sterling, Terrie P. 2021 –
    Sternberg, Donna Jan. 3, 1989 – Dec. 31, 1994
    Stokes, Harold 2005 – 2012
    Stream, William Gray 2015 – 2017
    Strong, Pat A. 1995 – 2008
    Temple III, Collis B. 2015 –
    Terrell Jr., Artis 2002 – 2010
    Theunissen, Gerald 2019 – 2020
    Theus, Caroline Jan. 11, 1991 – Dec. 31, 1996
    Thistlethwaite, John R. April 3, 1975 – Dec. 31, 1990
    Thorne-Thomsen, Barbara Jan. 11, 1991 – Dec. 31, 1996
    Toups, Roland M. 1997 – 2010
    Turner, Bert S. May 1992 – Dec. 31, 1994
    Waitz Sr., Joseph L. Jan. 12, 1987 – May 1991
    Walker Jr. M.D., A. Delmar May 1991 – January 1993
    Weill, Felix 2019 –
    Wiley, Joseph 2009 – 2016
    Williams-Brown, Judy A. 2020 –
    Wright, R. William G. Aug. 18, 1988 – Dec. 31, 1996
    Wyatt, Jacqueline 2017 – 2019
    Young, Diamond Shine April 3, 1975 – May 1979
    Zadeck, Donald J. Feb. 26, 1981 – Dec. 31, 1986
  • Student Board Members
    Year Student Member Institution
    1981-1982 Darwyn Williams Louisiana Tech University
    1982-1983 William Hawkland LSU Law Center
    1983-1984 Cleo Fields Southern University and A&M College
    1984-1985 Rick Pettis Northeast Louisiana University (now University of Louisiana at Monroe)
    1985-1986 Sheila Judge University of New Orleans
    1986-1987 Greg Warren University of Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
    1987-1988 Preston Castille Southern University and A&M College
    1988-1989 Terri Bush LSU and A&M College
    1989-1990 Rocky Capello Nicholls State University
    1990-1991 Wilson Fields Southern University and A&M College
    1991-1992 John Morgan University of Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
    1992-1993 Lane Rosen LSU Medical Center Shreveport
    1993-1994 Monica Azare Southern University Law Center
    1994-1995 Numa J. Triche LSU and A&M College
    1995-1996 Keenon Wilburn Southern University and A&M College
    1996-1997 Steen Trawick LSU Medical Center Shreveport
    1997-1998 Mike Reese Northeast Louisiana University (now University of Louisiana at Monroe)
    1998-1999 Ryan Gatti LSU and A&M College
    1999 Alan Joyner McNeese State University
    1999-2000 Jared McGlocklin Nicholls State University
    2000-2001 Sherman Ruth Southern University and A&M College
    2001-2002 Steve Johnson University of Louisiana at Lafayette
    2002-2003 Steven Sumbler Southern University and A&M College
    2003-2004 Adonis Ducre Grambling State University
    2004-2005 Jeraul Mackey University of New Orleans
    2005-2006 Chris Jividen Bossier Parish Community College
    2006-2007 Terry Landry Southern University Law Center
    2007-2008 James Klock LSU Alexandria
    2008-2009 Jamey Arnette University of Louisiana at Lafayette
    2009-2010 Marc A. Guichard Delgado Community College
    2010-2011 Demetrius Sumner Southern University and A&M College
    2011-2012 John D. Mineo IV University of New Orleans
    2012-2013 Matthew L. Jewell Nicholls State University
    2013-2014 Brooksie Bonvillain Southern University Law Center
    2014-2015 Maggie Brakeville Louisiana Tech University
    2015-2016 Patrick Harrington Southern University Law Center
    2016-2017 Benson Kinney Louisiana Delta Community College
    2017-2018 Adarian Williams Grambling State University
    2018-2019 Anthony Kenney Jr. Southern University and A&M College
    2019-2020 William S. Jewell LSU and A&M College
    2020-2021 Chandler Vidrine Southern University and A&M College
    2021-2022 Cameron Jackson Grambling State University
    2022-2023 Catarena Lobre Delgado Community College
    2023-2024 Samuel Gil McNeese State University

The Master Plan

To move Louisiana aggressively forward, the Board of Regents has embraced a robust new attainment goal that calls for 60% of all working-age adults (ages 25-64) in Louisiana to hold a degree or high-value credential by 2030. As we stand on the brink of a new decade, this Master Plan, born of the Board of Regents’ unique charge to guide postsecondary education across the state, will set the foundation to increase opportunity.  Our Talent Imperative is to Educate, Innovate, and Collaborate.

Master Plan for Higher Education