Pictured from L-R: Renee Piper, Brett Napier, Matt Lundy, Tristan Babin, Michael Cook and Robert Baer (not pictured, Matt Preuett).

In a recent board meeting, the New Orleans chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) announced its newly installed 2019-20 board of directors. The board features both returning and fresh faces, including:

President – Tristan Babin, the public and government affairs representative for the Phillips 66 Alliance Refinery in Belle Chasse.

Immediate Past President and Vice President of Programming – Brett Napier, the business development manager for Jones Walker’s maritime and labor and employment practice groups.

Treasurer – Robert Baer, Fidelity Bank’s digital marketing and community outreach manager.

Vice President of Membership – Matt Lundy, owner of REI Promos, a promotions, printing, signage and apparel business, since 2002.

Vice President of Sponsorship – Matt Preuett, a marketing consultant under his company Converge Marketing and is acting chief marketing officer for AV Solutions, an enterprise conference room AV system company.

Vice President of Communication – Renee Piper, marketing and communications manager for Danos, an oilfield service provider.

Webmaster – Michael Cook, founder of Salty Key Marketing, a company that focuses exclusively on digital marketing and web development.

The selected members will serve on the AMA New Orleans board through June 2020. AMA New Orleans is known for the learning and networking opportunities it provides to business professionals in the New Orleans and the surrounding areas. Veteran board member, Tristen Babin, is bringing a wealth of experience to the table in his new position as incoming President after having served on the chapter’s board for the last three years.

“Through our luncheons and events, we seek to bring the benefits of an AMA membership to marketing professionals throughout the NOLA area. Connecting with other marketers, building your network and gaining leadership perspectives are just some of the benefits of membership with AMA New Orleans,” Babin said.

AMA New Orleans hosts educational luncheons and events where members and non-members can come together to learn and grow professionally.