Dr. Aniedi Udofa has been appointed Capital Area Human Services District medical director. She will direct the agency’s Medical Staff Organization and a team of six full-time staff psychiatrists, 11 contract psychiatrists and three psychiatric nurse practitioners.
Udofa, a board-certified psychiatrist, has been a member of the district’s medical staff for the past 10 years, providing child and adult psychiatric services.
Visit Baton Rouge recently announced that Katie Guasco has been promoted to director of communications and Christy Chachere was named communications coordinator.
Guasco has been with Visit Baton Rouge since 2006. She has served as destination services manager and senior sales manager of tourism development.
Chachere earned her bachelor of arts degree in mass communications from LSU in December and has completed her first year of the Southeast Tourism Society Marketing College.
Lockport-based Bollinger Shipyards Inc. has appointed Charles “Skip” Bowen vice president, government relations. Bowen joined Bollinger in April 2011 as program manager for the FRC “Sentinel” class patrol boat building program after serving 32 years with the United States Coast Guard. He retired with the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer.
Michael Clarke has been named president/chief operating officer of The Camelot Club. Clarke was the club’s general manager in the early 1990s when it was owned by Club Corporation of America. The club is now owned by Tom Tanner of Baton Rouge. Clarke was formerly sales manager for Feliciana Realty and general manager of the Hattiesburg Country Club.
Phil Elzer has been named assistant vice chancellor of the LSU AgCenter and assistant director of the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station. Elzer will assist in oversight of all animal-related programs and personnel. This encompasses research activities for aquaculture, animal science, wildlife, food science and nutrition, and areas of veterinary science. Elzer has been with the AgCenter since 1995, when he became an assistant professor with a joint appointment in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences in the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine and the Department of Veterinary Science in the LSU AgCenter.
The American Society of Engineering Companies of Louisiana announced Tuncer A. “Tony” Arikol, with PECC in Baton Rouge, has been elected treasurer and Bob Schmidt, with AECOM in Baton Rouge, has been elected secretary.
Members at large include James P. Ledet, of T. Baker Smith Inc. in Thibodaux, and Raymond J. Reaux, of C.H. Fenstermaker & Associates Inc., in Lafayette.
Robert L. Cangelosi Jr., of SJB Group LLC in Baton Rouge is Baton Rouge chapter president; and R. Craig Campbell, of Associated Design Group Inc. in Lafayette is Lafayette chapter president.
Angus R. Cooper II has been elected to Lafayette-based IberiaBank Corp.’s board of directors.
Cooper is chairman and chief executive officer of Mobile, Ala.-based Cooper/T. Smith Corp., one of America’s oldest and largest stevedoring and maritime-related firms.
Cooper, a Mobile native, earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alabama in 1964.
He now serves on the boards of directors of the Coast Guard Foundation and Crescent Towing & Salvage Co. Inc.; the board of trustees of The University of Alabama System; and is chairman of the Senior Bowl.