About

Board of Trustees

OFFICERS

Mr. Patrick Comer, Chair
Market Research, CEO & Founder, Lucid
 
Mr. Michael F. Nicoladis ’78, Vice Chair
Senior Vice-President /Chief Operating Officer, 
N-Y Associates, Inc.
 
Mr. Kelly Duncan ‘72, Treasurer
Attorney-Partner, Jones Walker
 
Mrs. Liz Martin Armstrong ’78, Secretary 
Vintner-Owner, Epoch Estate Wines
 
Mrs. Ana Ortega ’85, Past Chair
Sales and Marketing Manager,
General Biomedical Service, Inc.
 
 
MEMBERS

Mrs. Amy Goodman
Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta - New Orleans
 
Mrs. Peyton Pettit Greene ’84
Volunteer

Mr. Troy Heytens
Director, Corporate Planning, Entergy Corporation
 
The Rev. Canon Shannon Manning
Canon to the Ordinary to the Rt. Reverend Morris K. Thompson, Jr., Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana
 
Mr. Deuce McAllister
President, Waste Pro Louisiana
 
Mr. Danny McMyne
Founder/Owner/President, McMyne Property Management, LLC

Mr. Bruce Parkerson ’75
Attorney-Partner, Plauché Masaelli Parkerson
 
Mr. Bertrand (Bert) Wilson '77
President of Materials and Asphalt Group, Barriere Construction Company, LLC
 

EMERITUS
Mr. Perry Eastman ’62
Owner, Auto-Chlor Services, Inc.

EX-OFFICIO
The Rev. Fred D. Devall IV ’87
Rector, St. Martin’s Episcopal Church
 
The Rt. Rev. Morris Thompson
Bishop, Diocese of Louisiana

HEAD OF SCHOOL
Mrs. Merry Sorrells
Head of School
 
 

Criteria for Trustee Recruitment/Selection:
  • Individuals are recruited who have demonstrated professional skills, personal attributes, and moral and ethical values that ensure that the long-term financial health of the school is maintained; that the operation of the school is in close alignment with its mission; and that strategic planning and implementation take place on an ongoing basis to ensure the success of the school.
  • At least two-thirds of the members of the Board of Trustees must be Episcopalian.  The current Rector of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church and the Bishop of the Diocese of Louisiana also serve as ex-officio members of the Board (with voting rights).  No more than three Episcopal clergy may serve on the Board in any given year.
  • Individuals are sought with the specific intention of ensuring a diverse Board that reflects all constituencies of the school community.