(April 25, 2014)
Vice President, Director of Community Services named
SHREVEPORT, LA — Centenary College of Louisiana announced the appointment of Fred Landry to Vice President for Advancement following a recent Board of Trustees meeting.
"Fred has been a mainstay of the Centenary family for over six years," said Centenary President David Rowe. "His leadership and hard work continue to produce effective results, driving us and the College forward."
Landry has led Centenary's Philanthropy Office since 2007, previously serving as Senior Director of Philanthropy, interim Vice President, and Associate Vice President. Under Landry's leadership, Centenary has recorded three of the highest fundraising benchmarks ever reached by the College. In February 2012, Landry was named recipient of the President's Excellence Award in recognition of his leadership. Prior to joining Centenary, he devoted his talents to fundraising for private secondary schools in New Orleans.
Landry also recently welcomed Wayne Hogue to the Advancement Division as Director of Community Services. Hogue most recently served as a Program Coordinator at Louisiana Tech University, assessing the needs for academic programs in Shreveport Bossier and developing a leadership program. Prior to that, he spent 11 years as the founder, director, and instructor for LEAD — Leadership, Education, and Development — at Louisiana State University Shreveport.
"Wayne brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership experience to Centenary," said Landry. "We are excited to welcome him to the Centenary family. He is already such an integral member of the Shreveport Bossier community and is an accomplished educator and entrepreneur."
As Director of Community Services, Hogue is tasked with creating a more robust revenue stream for the College and encouraging community members to make use of Centenary facilities.