Fabiola Campoblanco
Director, Social & Sustainability | Worley, Baton Rouge

Fabiola Campoblanco has left a mark on Worley’s trajectory and played a pivotal role in shaping the strategic direction of the company’s North America West and Gulf Coast regions. Her initiatives have moved the company into various sustainable sectors, including battery materials, CCUS, hydrogen and offshore wind. As a member of the global transformation group focusing on the CCUS Growth Unit, she was key in building the unit, bridging global capabilities with regional needs and supporting critical CCUS pursuits worldwide. She has been selected as one of 12 participants in Worley’s prestigious Future Leaders program.

Rebecca Chandler
Blend Plant Manager | Halliburton, Geismar

Rebecca Chandler has led Halliburton’s Geismar plant through multiple senior leadership changes over the years, while maintaining a culture of responsiveness. Running a chemical plant safely and with no recorded spills or injuries is no small feat. In fact, Chandler’s team has achieved several years without any incidents. Her projects have also created significant cost savings for the company. Chandler’s leadership has allowed for rapid response to the industry’s emergency needs for specialty chemicals. She is also a voice for diversity and individual development in the industry.

Adam Landry
Chief Operations Officer | PALA, Baton Rouge

A Baton Rouge native, Adam Landry has been on an upward trajectory at PALA ever since joining the company in 2011 after graduating from LSU. Over the years, he’s been promoted from estimator to project manager to operations manager, and ultimately to his current role as chief operating officer. Landry is deeply committed to serving the industrial construction industry. Through Associated Builders & Contractors – Pelican Chapter, he serves as a member of the board of directors and the Young Professionals Executive Committee. He is also a member of the Advisory Council for the North Baton Rouge Industry Training Initiative and the Student Enhancement Committee for LSU’s Construction Industry Advisory Council.

Janine Mansour
Head of Key Accounts | Port NOLA, New Orleans

Janine Mansour has been on the commercial team at the Port of New Orleans since 2010 and currently serves as the head of key accounts. In her role, she works with Port NOLA’s key shipper, ocean carrier, inland transportation and logistics clients to provide client support, supply chain solutions and drive business growth across the port’s cargo and rail business lines. She also serves as a board member on the Louisiana District Export Council and is an active participant in many industry associations, including the International Freight Forwarders and Customs Brokers Association of New Orleans, the American Cotton Shipping Association and the American Metals and Supply Chain Institute.

Cody Stroud
Business Development Manager | Triad Electric & Controls Inc., Westlake

As a former quarterback of the McNeese State University Cowboys, Cody Stroud knows the importance of teamwork. That has served him well in the industrial construction space, first as director of workforce development for Associated Builders and Contractors – Pelican Chapter. In 2016, he transitioned into a business development role at Triad Electric & Controls, where he develops and maintains new business opportunities with industrial and commercial clients. Stroud serves multiple professional and community organizations, and is on the SWLA Chamber Foundation board of directors

Scott Theriot
Senior Manager, Supply Chain Management | Danos, Gray

Scott Theriot, a senior manager in supply chain management at Danos, has more than 18 years of experience in the energy industry, predominantly supporting major international oil companies in the Gulf of Mexico. At the age of 31, he received Danos’ prestigious Staff Employee of the Year award for his contributions to materials management. In 2020, Theriot partnered with other subject matter experts to develop and implement Intelligent Integrated Materials Solutions (i2ms) – Danos’ revolutionary supply chain service offering.

Jordan Tremblay
Corporate Relations Advisor | Shell, Geismar

With nearly 20 years of government relations, communications and external relations experience in the petrochemical and energy industry, Jordan Tremblay is a valued member of Shell’s corporate relations team in Louisiana. Since joining Shell, his experience and leadership continue to make positive impacts on Shell’s reputation and license to operate in the southeast Louisiana region, specifically Ascension and St. James parishes. He is also an active member in the Louisiana Midcontinent Oil and Gas Association and Louisiana Chemical Association, where he represents Shell on their Public and Government Relations committees. Tremblay is also a member of the Baton Rouge General Foundation’s board of directors.

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