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Olivia Gulino joined the team of The TJC Group as administrative manager.

The TJC Group is a business consulting firm that manages communications, government and regulatory affairs, and community engagement for clients including Shell, ExxonMobil, BASF, and Louisiana Economic Development.

Gulino was previously a teacher at St. Joseph’s Academy and associate director of youth and young adult ministry for the Diocese of Baton Rouge.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Dallas and a master’s degree in theological studies with a concentration in moral theology from Notre Dame Seminary Graduate School of Theology.

Postlethwaite and Netterville promoted four employees to the newly created position of manager.

Directors work alongside firm directors and lead the practice areas within their departments.

Corey Ham is a director in the consulting services group. Jambon joined the firm in 2011 and heads the Major Programs Project Management Office.

Kristal Pertuit is Director of the Consulting Services Group, where she leads the Enterprise Resource Planning/Systems team. Pertuit joined the company in 2004.

Kyle Mason is a Director of the Consulting Services Group where he is responsible for strategic growth and supporting the strategic execution of the Claims Administration service line. Mason joined the company in 2017 and has over 20 years of business development experience.

Melanie Talley is a director in the consulting services group. She joined the firm in 2010. Talley leads the association’s management team.

Matthew Bailey was promoted to Director of Security Operations at Lofton Security Service.

Bailey began his career with Lofton Security in 1998 as an Emergency Medical Technician/Security Officer. Two years later, he was promoted to a field supervisor position where he was asked to perform customer site inspections in the Greater Baton Rouge area. In 2001, he became site manager and was promoted to a management position in 2003.

Bobbi Zaunbrecher was promoted to USL Law director of external relations.

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Zaunbrecher succeeds Karen Soniat, who led LSU Law’s alumni relations and communications for 17 years before leaving in August 2021 to serve as vice president of annual giving and memberships at the National Museum of the Second World War in New Orleans.

She was a member of the Alumni Relations team at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center for nine years during two tours of duty. Between her stints at LSU Law, she held various leadership positions with the American Red Cross in its Baton Rouge office.

Zaunbrecher was executive director of the Baton Rouge Bar Association/Baton Rouge Bar Foundation from 1985 to 1991.

She earned a BA in Sociology from the University of Winnipeg and an MA in Sociology from Eastern Illinois University.

Devan Corbello was appointed executive director of the West Feliciana Parish Tourist Commission.

Corbello was previously employed as Executive Director of the Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana as Executive Director.

Corbello has worked in the nonprofit sector for most of his career, starting with the Family and Youth Counseling Agency and then serving as regional director for the American Heart Association until 2019.

Dr. Lindsey Fauveau came back to Ochsner Cancer Center-Baton Rouge after completing a one-year fellowship in Surgical Breast Oncology at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas.

Fauveau received specialized surgical training in the treatment of breast cancer and the care of high-risk breasts. She joined Ochsner in 2018.

She earned an undergraduate degree from LSU and an MD from Ross University School of Medicine. She completed a general surgery residency at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans.

New Orleans

Josh Fleig was hired by Greater New Orleans Inc. as Vice President of Business Development.

Fleig previously worked for Louisiana Economic Development, where he helped establish the state’s Entertainment Development Fund and designed the largest venture capital program in state history as part of the US State Small Business Credit Initiative.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in art history from LSU and a master’s degree in interactive design from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.