Photos: Pam’s Party Line for Aug. 15, 2013 Photos: Pam’s Party Line for Aug. 15, 2013 BR Area Leadership Class announced at breakfast BY PAM BORDELON Feb. 22, 2014 Comments The Baton Rouge Area Leadership Class of 2014 was announced at a breakfast hosted by the Baton Rouge Area Chamber Aug. 8 at Boudreaux’s. Founded in 1985 to prepare a diverse group of professionals for leadership positions in the community, this year’s class members represent areas of the capital region’s business, civic and nonprofit communities. Baton Rouge Leadership Introduced by Leadership Director Mary Beth Chevalier were Brian Ainsworth, Campus Federal Credit Union; Emel Alexander, Urban Restoration Enhancement Corp.; Jamie Beeman, JPMorgan Chase & Co.; Nicole Colvin, Baton Rouge General Foundation; Liz Cooke Smith, Baton Rouge Area Chamber; Ken DeDominicis, Our Lady of the Lake College; Megan Feazell, ExxonMobil; Danny Fields, Our Lady of the Lake Foundation; Anya Glusman, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers; David Grand, Provident Resources Group Inc.; Tyler Grodi, E Federal Credit Union; Ryan Heck, Albemarle; Eric Holowacz, Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge; Josh Howard; Covalent Logic; AJ Jarrett, Capital One; Jeremy Jenkins, Dow Chemical Co.; Alex Layfield, Jones Walker Law Firm; and Logan Leger, NewAperio. Also, Jada Lewis, LSU College of Engineering; Danielle Mack, Mary Bird Perkins - Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Center; Jason MacMorran, Postlethwaite & Netterville; Lydia Martin, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana; Pam Mascari, Kean Miller; Van Mayhall III, Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson; Eunice McCarney, McMains Children’s Developmental Center; Belinda Mounce, Ochsner Health Systems Baton Rouge; Craig Netterville, IberiaBank; Sherry Poss, Woman’s Hospital. Also, C hard Richard, Gallagher Benefit Services; Scott Ritter, Ritter Maher Architects; Stewart Spielman, McGlinchey Stafford; Jennifer Stenhouse, Center for Planning Excellence; Jeremy Theriot, Cox Communications; Manuel Valencia, Excelerant; Jamie Watts, Long Law Firm; Corey Wilson, BREC; and Travis Woodard , CSRS Inc. Items for “Pam’s Party Line” must be received by 9 a.m. the Monday preceding the run date. Digital photos should be emailed to email@example.com; hard copy photos should be dropped off at or mailed to The Advocate, 7290 Bluebonnet Blvd., Baton Rouge, LA 70821. Events will run no later than four weeks after they have taken place. The date, place of the event and a contact name and phone number must be included. Photos may not include more than nine people and will be used on a space-available basis. Hard copy photos can be picked up in the lobby of The Advocate for up to three months after they run. By submitting photos to The Advocate, you agree that they can be published in any of The Advocate’s print or digital publications.