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Carolyn Baringer


Professionally, I am currently the Project Manager for Watch Systems/OffenderWatch in Mandeville supporting Law Enforcement with a system to track sex offenders throughout the US and Canada. Prior to joining Watch Systems, I worked 26 years with Lockheed Martin on the External Tank Program and supporting the US Army of Engineers as their telecommunications services manager and the served on the USACE Emergency Response Team contractor engagement team. A mother of two grown children and the happiest grandmother of 6 grandsons and one beautiful granddaughter. 

Community involvement includes:

  • Leadership Northshore Class of 2014 – 1 year

    • Project: Giving Garden at Community Christina Concern

    • Outstanding Class of 2014 service was a donation of a vehicle to Mt. Olive Feeding Ministry for meal delivery

  • Leadership Slidell/Northshore Alumni Association Board – Secretary – 2017-2022

  • Fire District #1 Civil Service Board – October 2013-present – 9 years

    • Position of Vice-chairman 2020-present – 2 years

  • Steel Mimosas – Board Member / Secretary – 2018-present – 4 years

  • Slidell Boys and Girls Club – Advisory Board Member 2014-present – 8 years

  • Slidell Bayou Christmas – 2014-present – 8 years 

  • East St. Tammany Habitat for Humanity - Rosie for 5 years

  • One Way Love – Senior Class Photographer/Organizer – 3 years

  • East St. Tammany Mental Health Association (ESTMHA)

    • Co-Chair with Greg Olivier 2004-2005

    • Board member 2001-2006

  • Junior Auxiliary of Slidell – Class of 2000

    • Juniors in Service Chairman 2003-2004 and 2005-2006

    • National Membership Committee – 2007-2009

    • Lifetime member of National Association of Junior Auxiliaries

  • SWCC – Member since 2008 and a maid in 2004 for ESTMHA

  • Host family for Rotary International Student – ½ year

  • Gourmet Gala Board – supporting Rainbow Child Care/K Bar B Youth Ranch– 2003-2006 – 3 years

  • Slidell Symphony Society Board Member

  • SELF – empowering ladies – 2 years

Robin J Marquez began her career as a Project Coordinator with E.C.O. Builders, Inc. in 2001. Aside from her 21 years with E.C.O. Builders, Robin's list of credentials and professional accomplishments is long and impressive. A tireless organizer, Robin also shows her outstanding leadership through her professional career. Robin serves as a Habitat for Humanity volunteer where she was recognized as the team leader for the Ritzy Rosie‘s during the ESTHFH Rosie Campaign. She is a graduate of the Leadership Northshore program Class of 2015 where she served as part of their leadership team and is currently serves as the Ex-Officio for the Leadership Slidell Northshore Alumni Association.


Robin currently sits on the leadership team of the NorthshoreONE, was an active Board of Director for the Slidell Youth Football Association for 13 years, is one of the founding members of the Slidell Jazz and Blues Festival, Notes for Education Northshore and is currently a member of Junior Auxiliary of Slidell. Robin is a cancer survivor and in past years served as a Team Captain for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. She also has lead the SYFA’s “Pink Out the Park” which was held every October raising thousands of dollars for the Slidell Memorial Hospital Foundation Cancer Fund and served as Head Cheer Coordinator for 12 years where she worked tirelessly with many at-risk community youth.


In May of 2017, Robin was nominated and selected as “Motivational Mom of the Year” by Sally-Ann Roberts with WWL Morning Edition and was also recognized as the 2017 Young Athena Professional Award winner. All of this would not and could not be possible without the love, motivation and support of a company that is willing to give so freely of themselves as well.


Robin Marquez


Thomas “Trey” Brownfield, a lifelong resident of the great state of Louisiana, is best known for his love and commitment to the city of Slidell. He has made his home here in Slidell for over a decade, and in that time has made tremendous efforts to be a contributing member and to help and serve those around him.

Loving husband to his wonderful wife, Gabby Brownfield, and dedicated father, Trey strives to lead his family by example.   

Growing up, Trey always had an entrepreneurial spirit. From opening a freezie-pop stand at 13, cutting lawns and washing cars, to starting a dive business at the age of 18, he has always had a knack for business. Naturally, he went on to earn a degree in Business Administration and is now an owner of three small businesses.  

Trey also puts his talent for business to good use in the many organizations he works with to better our community. Trey has grown his support in the community through Leadership Northshore, which he was a 2020 graduate of the program. As a founder of two charitable organizations and a board member of five others, Trey strives to help his community by raising funds for local charities, mentoring teens, and bringing awareness to the needs of our community.  

As the former director of Keep Slidell Beautiful, Trey was awarded the Outstanding Director of the Year award for 2021 by the state organization, Keep Louisiana Beautiful. Locally, he has been recognized for his service and leadership in our community by the Slidell Republican Women’s Club which awarded him the Pearl Williams Superior Leadership award, The Edge of the Lake Magazine which named him one of 40 Under Forty, and the Slidell Magazine which recently featured him as an Extraordinary Slidell Neighbor. Even with all these awards and recognitions, nothing brings Trey more joy than knowing that he has made a difference for this city that he loves so much. 

Trey continues to support the community in a different capacity since his resignation of Keep Slidell Beautiful as the General Manager at Northshore Ace Hardware, a locally owned affiliate that has won the Ace Pinnacle Award two years in a row. In March 2022, Trey was elected Slidell City Councilman District F where he will continue to make changes for a better Slidell.


Trey Brownfield

Vice President


Karen Delhom


Brenda Geier is a 2019 graduate of Leadership Northshore and a participant in the leadership community project, Never Alone, United in Suicide Awareness.  She currently serves as Secretary on the Leadership Slidell Northshore Alumni Association Board. She is also a member of The Friends of the Harbor Center and Mandeville Artist Guild. Previous community involvement includes St. Michael’s Episcopal Preschool Board, PRIDE Youth and Community Resources Board, Junior League of Greater Covington-member, and Junior League Harvest Polo Cup committee.

She is retired from the St. Tammany Parish School Board where she served in the capacity of Educational Diagnostician for 20 years.


Brenda Greier


Kevin Savoie was a member of the Leadership Northshore Class of 2008

LSNAA Vice President for several years and on the alumni board since 2016

Retired Army since 2006

Real estate agent/broker since 2006

Opened Kevin Savoie Real Estate Group 2020

2 mini me’s (daughters), 17 and 28

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Kevin Savoie


Wendy Hodgson

A resident of Slidell since 1991, Tisha currently works for Ochsner Health Business Development’s Employer Solutions team. She is married to Stephen Batuk, a St. Tammany Fire District 1 Fire Operator. Their two children, Jackson and Grace, attend Northshore High School.

Tisha graduated from Slidell High in 1998, then attended Louisiana State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing. She then earned a Master of Arts Degree in Health Promotion and Exercise Science from Southeastern Louisiana University.

Tisha was President of the LNS Class of 2019…the VERY best class ever! She is blessed with a job that allows her to feed her passion to give back to the local community. Tisha served on the boards of the Slidell Women’s Health Alliance (2015-18), Bring It Home Northshore (2016-20), Friends of the Harbor Center (2017-20), Northshore Society for Human Resource Management (2020-21). She served as an Ambassador for the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce for two years (2018-19), then served another two-year term as an Ambassador for the St. Tammany Chamber (2020-21). Tisha also had the honor of participating in three East St. Tammany Habitat for Humanity Women’s Builds as a Resourceful Rosie! In 2020, Tisha took a step back from her volunteer work to spend more time with her quickly growing children. She is excited to join the LSNAA Board and get back to serving our amazing community!

Tisha enjoys spending time with her family and friends, working out, water sports, reading and LSU football. Geaux Tigers!


Tisha Batuk

Miranda Parker is the Executive Director at the Hospice Foundation of the South and the Hospice House. She has been with the foundation since starting as the Administrative Assistant in July of 2013. Miranda is a 2017 graduate of Pearl River Community College; receiving her Associates of Art with a focus on business and marketing, graduating on the Dean’s List. She graduated from Mississippi State University in December 2020 with a Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Studies; majoring in Business, Social Work, and Psychology. 


Through her job and in her personal time, she enjoys supporting several organizations. She was mostly awarded the "Pearl Award" for community stewardship from the Leadership Slidell Northshore Alumni Association. Miranda was also recognized in December 2020 as Edge of the Lake Magazine's "40 Under 40" and was honored to be selected as the East St. Tammany Young Athena Leadership Award Recipient in November 2019. She is currently a Leadership St. Tammany class member, a Board Member for Leadership Northshore Alumni Association, on the Slidell Advisory Panel for Keesler Federal Credit Union, and  an advisory member of Keep Slidell Beautiful; previously was the  President of the Camellia City Kiwanis Club,  is currently a member of  the St. Tammany Chamber, East St. Tammany Business Alliance, a volunteer for Team Gleason and  What You Give Will Grow and a  Leadership Northshore class of 2018 graduate.


She is the proud mother of three daughters.


Miranda Parker




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