Louisiana’s Business Roundtable announces Officers and Directors for 2021-2022

Tim Temple
Chair | 2021-2022
President, Temptan

Wayne Brown
Vice-Chair | 2021-2022
Vice President/Founder, Brown Builders

Phillip Rozeman
Secretary/Treasurer | 2019-2021
Willis Knighton Cardiology

Gray Stream
Immediate Past Chair | 2021-2022
President, Stream Companies


Board Members


  • Scott Ballard | 2021-2022
    President, Ballard Brands
  • Tom Clark | 2019-2021
    Partner, Brazeale, Sachse & Wilson, LLP
  • Trott Hunt | 2021-2022
    President, Hunt, Guillot & Associates
  • Carlton Golden | 2021-2022
    President, Builders Supply Co.
  • Rodney Greenup | 2021-2022
    President, Greenup Industries
  • Kellen Mathews | 2021-2022
    Partner in Charge, Adams & Reese
  • Mary Leach Werner | 2021-2022
    Director & Vice President, The Sweet Lake Land & Oil Company
  • Linda Biernacki | 2021-2022
    President, Fire Tech Systems, Inc
  • Kris Kirkpatrick | 2019-2021
    Of Counsel, Long Law
  • Phillip May | 2020-2021
    CEO, Entergy Louisiana
  • Sonia Perez | 2021-2022
    President, AT&T Louisiana

(BATON ROUGE, LA) – Louisiana’s Business Roundtable, the Committee of 100 for Economic Development, Inc., selected officers and directors for 2021 at their Fall meeting in November at the LSU Cook Center in Baton Rouge. 

Elected were Tim Temple (Baton Rouge) as Chair, Wayne Brown (Bossier City), Vice Chair, Dr. Phillip Rozeman (Shreveport), Secretary/Treasurer with the following serving as executive committee members; Scott Ballard (Covington), Linda Biernacki (Shreveport), Tom Clark (Baton Rouge), Carlton Golden (Shreveport), Rodney Greenup (Kenner), Trott Hunt (Ruston), Kris Kirkpatrick (Baton Rouge), Kellen Mathews (Baton Rouge), Phillip May (New Orleans), and Sonia Perez (Baton Rouge).  Gray Stream (Lake Charles) will serve as Immediate Past Chair.

The Committee is currently engaged in seeking fiscal reform and other measures to make Louisiana a more competitive business environment for existing business as well as recruit new business and industry to Louisiana. Please see the C100 program of work at www.RESET-Louisiana.com

C100 is an independent non-government business roundtable of senior corporate executives and university leaders in Louisiana and seen as a respected business voice on state issues impacting business and economic development. The business roundtable is an organization to which government, policy, and media leaders turn for reliable, nonpartisan policy guidance providing access to some of the critical thinkers in business and academia in Louisiana.

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