NLEP Director Honored as Rising Young Alumni
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    October 2, 2015

    NLEP Director Honored as Rising Young Alumni

    MONROE, La. — Alberta Brown Green, North Louisiana Economic Partnership (NLEP) Director of Information Technology Initiatives, will be honored as University of Louisiana at Monroe’s Rising Young Alumni during the ULM homecoming festivities Saturday, October 3, 2015.  Green is based at the NLEP Monroe office and heads up business recruitment and retention efforts focused on expanding North Louisiana’s technology sector.
     
    “I am honored to be named the 2015 Rising Young ULM Alumni,” said Green, NLEP Director of IT Initiatives.  “I earned both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and that education prepared me well for my career at NLEP in economic development.”
     
    Green joined NLEP on August 28, 2015 after working at CenturyLink where she served as a Sourcing Recruiter, a Lead Organizational Effectiveness Consultant and a Leadership Development Consultant.  Prior to joining CenturyLink, Green worked at ULM for more than four years in various roles, including as the Director of ULM’s Career Connections and as a career counselor. 
     
    The selection criteria for the Rising Young Alumni Award include: the recipient must be under 40 years of age; a ULM graduate who is involved in the community and with philanthropy; active with annual alumni gifts; and donates to other ULM programs.
     
    Green is very involved in the community, serving on numerous boards including the Board of Directors of University Health Conway. She was also featured last year as the “Top 20 under 40” recipient for Northeast Louisiana.  During her ULM student career, Green was a member of the “Sound of Today” ULM Marching Band, and she pledged Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.


     
    About North Louisiana Economic Partnership
     
    North Louisiana Economic Partnership, an Accredited Economic Development Organization, provides professional economic development services to the 14 parish region of North Louisiana, including lead generation and prospect management. The organization also represents the interests of North Louisiana with a unified voice and as a single point of contact. It acts as a catalyst, a convener, and a connector in the region to ensure that North Louisiana’s economic development potential is realized. Its vision is for North Louisiana to be a thriving region-a destination for high quality talent, innovative companies, and global investment.
NLEP Events
  • February 6, 2018

    NLEP's Top Event>>

    Billed as a Celebration of Economic Development, the Top Event features respected site selector, Del Boyette, President & CEO of Boyette Strategic Advisors, who will discuss economic development trends that impact North Louisiana. The Top Event will be held February 6th at Sam's Town Hotel, Shreveport, LA starting at 5:30pm with a Reception followed by the Dinner and Program at 6:30pm. NLEP's Annual Meeting is considered the largest economic development event in North Louisiana, attracting 500 attendees last year.  The Top Event will also honor NLEP's Top Award Winnners. Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor, CenturyLink.





     

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