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Lack of Civility in Today's Politics | Henson Moore | 04/24/19 | Newsmakers

Lack of Civility in Today's Politics | Henson Moore | 04/24/19 | Newsmakers

PAR Conference | 04/11/19 | Newsmakers

PAR Conference | 04/11/19 | Newsmakers

A Perspective on Inner City Baton Rouge | Raymond Jetson | 04/10/19 | Newsmakers

Data, Dashboards and Determination; A Perspective on Inner City Baton Rouge

Effective Prevention in the #Metoo Era | Racheal Hebert | 04/03/19 | Newsmakers

Racheal Hebert, LCSW is the founder, president & chief operating officer of Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response, or STAR, a non-profit organization that provides support to survivors of sexual trauma, improves systems response and creates social change to end sexual violence. Since 2012, Racheal has served as the CEO of STAR, where she grew the organization from a small operation with two employees in Baton Rouge to a multi-branch agency with 39 full and part time staff. STAR currently has offices in Alexandria, Baton Rouge, New Orleans and New Roads.

Heroin Epidemic / Opiods | Dr. Beau Clark | 03/27/19 | Newsmakers

Life Lessons | Rotary Club Past President Albert Fraenkel | 3/20/19 | Newsmakers

Past Baton Rouge Rotary Club President Albert Fraenkel comes back to the Baton Rouge Rotary Club to share “Every Important Thing I Have Learned in 91 Years in 15 Minutes”

Walk-On's Story | Brandon Landry | 03/13/19 | Newsmakers

Brandon Landry, CEO of Walk-On’s Bar & Bistreaux, got his start on the hardwood floors of LSU’s Pete Maravich Assembly Center where he was a walk-on for the LSU Tigers’ basketball team. As Brandon traveled with the team he noticed the lack of good family-friendly sports bars across the nation. That realization sparked a vision, which led Brandon to open the first Walk-On’s in Baton Rouge, at the South Gates of LSU, in 2003.

Fighting Public Corruption | Stephen Street | 02/27/19 | Newsmakers

Stephen Street, Louisiana's Inspector General since January of 2008, speaks on "Fighting Corruption -- Successes and Challenges."

A Year in Review | Christopher Tyson | 2/20/19 | Newsmakers

Christopher J. Tyson is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority where he leads Baton Rouge’s land development and blight elimination efforts. He is currently on leave from his position as the Newman Trowbridge Distinguished Professor of Law at the LSU Law Center. As a noted local government law scholar, Chris has published numerous articles, book chapters and editorials, including an internationally syndicated New York Times op-ed on the Alton Sterling shooting. He has previously worked at Accenture, Jones Walker and in the Washington, DC Office of Senator Mary Landrieu. Chris earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree with honors from Howard University, his Master of Public Policy degree from the Harvard Kennedy School, and his Juris Doctor degree from the Georgetown University Law Center.

War and Peace: Building Peace, Piece by Piece | Dr. Christopher Zambakari | 02/06/19 | Newsmakers

Dr. Christopher Zambakari is a South Sudanese-American, who immigrated to the United States in 2001 as a refugee from South Sudan.

Criminal Justice Reinvestment | Sen. Dan Claitor | 01/30/19 | Newsmakers

Senator Dan Claitor spoke to the Baton Rouge Rotary Club on Criminal Justice Reinvestment.

Louisiana Eats! A Delicious Slice of Food History - Louisiana Style | Poppy Tooker | 01/23/19 | Newsmakers

Food personality, radio host, teacher and author, Poppy Tooker is passionate about food and the people who bring it to the table. Poppy brings all of these elements together in her weekly NPR affiliated radio show, ***Louisiana Eats!

Community Coffee Company Celebrating 100 Years | Matt Saurage | 01/16/19 | Newsmakers

Matt Saurage, fourth-generation owner of Community Coffee Company, currently serves as the Chairman of the company’s Board of Directors. Matt has been involved with the family business since 1995 in a variety of roles including; coffee selection and roasting, brand marketing, coffeehouse operations, and new product development.

Mayor Sharon Weston Broome | Newsmakers | 1/9/19

Sharon Weston Broome is a firm believer in achieving unity and equality through her dedication to public service. During her time in office, Broome has placed a heavy focus on improving the quality of life within the citizenry. Her areas of focus are specifically in developing areas such as infrastructure, public safety, economic growth, and education, among many other areas. Before becoming the first female to hold the position of Mayor-President of the City of Baton Rouge and East Baton Rouge Parish, Broome served as a Baton Rouge Metro City Council Member, a Louisiana State Representative, and a Louisiana State Senator.

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