Dr. Kelly T. Cahill Jr. has been appointed as physician executive for Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center’s Primary Care Network, which consists of 10 outpatient clinics throughout communities in Lafayette Parish. Cahill was the first physician to join the network in 2007 and has a family medicine practice in Lafayette.
Tanya Bennett has been named director of sales and marketing at Hotel Indigo downtown. Bennett was sales manager at The Ritz-Carlton & JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes in Orlando, Fla.
Michael Krumholt has been named vice president and commercial lender at American Gateway Bank. He was an assistant vice president and business banker at Capital One Bank in Baton Rouge.
Frances Lawrence, the Gerald Cire and Lena Grand Williams Alumni Professor in the Department of Finance at LSU’s E.J. Ourso College of Business, has been named as an associate dean of the E.J. Ourso College, effective June 8.
Tommy Faucheux, currently the Dow St. Charles Operations public affairs manager, has been named Southeast region state government affairs leader for Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and other southeastern states.
Doug Lutz has been named administrator for Lafayette Surgicare. He was the business office manager for Texas Pediatric Surgery Center in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.
Postlethwaite & Netterville APAC has named Mark D. Staley as a director, or shareholder, in the firm’s consulting division and Anela Krivic as a manager in the division.
Staley joined the firm in 2008 and has focused on expanding the firm’s technology consulting services, court-appointed disbursement services, project management services and other specialized advisory services.
Krivic was a senior internal auditor with the LSU System.
Steven Ferran has been named general manager of the Renaissance Baton Rouge Hotel. He was general manager of the Omni Royal Orleans Hotel.
The East Baton Rouge Council on Aging has selected as new board members Mixon “Trey” Bankston, of C.J. Brown Realtors/Latter & Blum Realtors; Dr. Brandon Dumas, associate vice chancellor for student affairs at Southern University; Myra Collins, of Baton Rouge General-Mid City; Regina Barrow, of the Louisiana House of Representatives District 29; and Jean Armstrong, of the League of Women Voters, elected treasurer.