Michael McNulty joined the Baton Rouge office of LaPorte Sehrt Romig Hand CPAs as audit supervisor in the accounting and audit department. McNulty has more than 12 years’ experience in public accounting. He previously worked with The Gautreau Group, which merged with the company in October.
Nicole Henley joined the Baton Rouge office of LaPorte Sehrt Romig Hand as staff auditor in the accounting and audit department. Henley previously served as an intern.
Dira Lay joined the Baton Rouge office of LaPorte Sehrt Romig Hand as staff auditor in the accounting and audit department. Lay transferred from the New Orleans office, where she worked as a staff auditor. She previously worked for CPA firms in Mississippi and Florida.
Daniel Richard joined the Baton Rouge office of LaPorte Sehrt Romig Hand as a staff auditor in the accounting and audit department. He previously worked with The Gautreau Group.
Leah Goss was named executive director of system advancement for the Louisiana Community and Technical College System. Goss previously served at Front Range Community College (Colo.) as director of development. She also served as executive director of a nonprofit social service agency in Vermont and as assistant to the president of the Colorado Community College System, with the primary role to support the Sate Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education.
Financial and Insurance
Mark Bagwell was named senior lender for BancorpSouth in Baton Rouge. Bagwell joined the bank in 2005 with 17 years of corporate lending experience. He previously served as an officer in the U.S. Army.
Joyce Bellard was named officer and division loan coordinator at BancorpSouth in Baton Rouge. Bellard has been with the bank since 1998 serving as loan administrator. She previously served as loan assistant with another bank.
Marcy Sasser was named treasury management sales officer for Greater Baton Rouge and Acadiana region of Regions Bank. Sasser previously served as treasury analyst and sales officer with Regions Bank in Houston.
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