Archive- July 2018
Raider Alumnus Colin Hulin '75 will be the Executive Speaker at the New Orleans chapter of Young Catholic Professionals (YCP) meeting Tuesday, July 10th, at 7 p.m. as part of the organization's Executive Speaker Series.
Mr. Hulin recently celebrated his 40th anniversary as an IT professional, primarily working with healthcare companies in the New Orleans area. After receiving a Master of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of New Orleans, Hulin has progressed through a series of IT positions: applications programmer, business systems analyst, project manager, director, VP, self-employed consultant and for the past fourteen years, his current role as Chief Information Officer at Peoples Health in Metairie.
YCP is one of the nation's fastest-growing Catholic organizations with chapters in cities across the country and now finally in New Orleans. The event is FREE and open to all young professionals in their 20s and 30s. For more information, visit the event's Facebook page here.
Congratulations to senior Channing Holmes who recently completed his third summer of volunteering at East Jefferson General Hospital. This year he had an opportunity to work with the hospital staff on their “4 Star Rating” campaign. He contributed to writing the press release for the hospital which can be viewed here.
Congratulations to Raider Alumnus Michael Hebert '78, the Director of Photography for the New Orleans Saints, who will receive the Fleur De Lis Award and become a part of the Saints Hall of Fame in September.
Mr. Hebert has been a professional photographer for 36 years and has been working with the Saints organization for 22 years. To read the article about Mr. Hebert, click HERE.
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