Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce Announces Honorees for the Terrebonne’s Young Achievers Award

The Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of Commerce announced six honorees who will be receiving the 2016 Terrebonne’s Young Achievers awards at a special awards luncheon on December 6th. Receiving this honor are Ann Dupre, 39 year old Medical Staff Office Manager for TGMC; Christy Vargas Jaccuzzo, 28 year old Sales Executive/H.R. Specialist for Spartan Industrial Products; Trisha H. Melancon, 32 year old Vice Principal for Houma Jr. High; Robbie Naquin, 36 year old Tri-Parish Market President/SVP-Commercial Banking Section Manager for Capital One Bank; Katie Portier, 29 year old Marketing Associate for Synergy Bank; and Monique Robinson, 38 year old Director of Operations for SEECA Medical, Inc.

“The Chamber considers it a privilege to recognize these outstanding young professionals who contribute to our community in so many ways.” said Earl Eues, Jr., Chamber Board Chairman. “These are six great examples of the young professionals that we have in Terrebonne and we hope that this award will encourage them and others to continue to strive for excellence.”

Members of the Chamber and the public are invited to attend an awards luncheon in their honor on Tuesday, December 6, from 11:30am – 1:00pm at the Quality Inn. Special appreciation and acknowledgment goes to our sponsor Business First Bank.

“Business First Bank is proud to sponsored this award. We feel it is important for our young people to know that they are appreciated and that they are an essential part of this community.” said Don Hingle, Regional CEO for Business First Bank.

The Chamber established this award in 2014 to recognize young professionals in our community under the age of 40 for their outstanding career achievements, community service impact, and their vision of what Terrebonne Parish can be.

A panel of judges evaluated and scored each nomination on information provided in the following categories: reason for nomination, professional career achievements, community involvement, and vision and future aspirations for Terrebonne Parish. Honorees had to be over the age of 21 and under the age of 40 as of December 31, 2016.

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