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Erin Moore named executive assistant to the president

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Erin Moore

     HAMMOND -- Erin Moore, formerly with the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce, has been named executive assistant to the president of Southeastern Louisiana University.

     She will assume the position on Monday, May 14, following four years of service as communications director with the Chamber of Commerce. Her duties include assisting in the management of the university’s executive office and interfacing with private and public agencies. She is also charged with overseeing the development of Southeastern’s strategic marketing plan and will work closely with the university’s various units and Office of Public Information and Publications.

     “We are pleased to have Ms. Moore joining our team at Southeastern,” said President Randy Moffett. “Her experience with the Chamber of Commerce, media and government relations, and partnership building with various agencies and organizations will be a tremendous asset to the university.”

     At the Chamber, Moore also served as public policy division liaison, attending two U.S. Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Conferences. She completed two years of coursework through the U.S. Chamber’s Institute of Organization Management, attending both times on a Louisiana Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives scholarship. She is a graduate of the St. Tammany West Leadership Program and currently serves as corresponding secretary of the organization’s foundation.

     A former staff writer and managing editor for the Bogalusa Daily News, Moore served a three-year term on the Bogalusa Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors. She currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Hospice Foundation of the South and is active in the Bogalusa Civic League.

     She is a resident of Washington Parish and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with magna cum laude honors in mass communications from Louisiana State University.

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