2017 Robin LeBlanc

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Robin LeBlanc has served the Acadiana community as a public accountant and business consultant for over 6 years. She is a ULL graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting. After working with a well-established CPA firm for 4 years, she then opened her own firm in Broussard where her growing team specializes in business consulting and promoting financial literacy to local business owners. In an ongoing effort to assist her clientele, she is also a Chartered Global Management Accountant and a Certified QuickBooks Online ProAdvisor. Outside of her primary role as a business owner, she is very involved with several community organizations. – Committee Chair of Acadiana Chapter of Emerging CPAs, – Treasurer and member of Cajun Road Runners Club, which helps engage the community in running, walking and other healthy lifestyle activities, – Finance Chair for Gulf Coast Young Professionals, which assists in putting on an annual summit that brings together valuable speakers and young professionals to learn from and encourage each other, and _ Current Member of Leadership Lafayette Class XXX Robin’s is an avid endurance runner and pizza lover. Her other passions include educating entrepreneurs, mentoring, and financial education outreach.

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Personal Statement

Being a member of the705 has been one of the best opportunities and educational experiences of my professional career and I’m ready to give back. Since initially joining the705 I have been an advocate for the organization and am always encouraging non-members, several of which have since become members, to participate and explore our benefits. The 705 and its members are key game changers in the future of Acadiana; as a board member I will help to carry the mission of Engage, Connect, and Lead. I will utilize the knowledge base and resources foster programs that enhance leadership and professional development among members. I will strive to incorporate the voices of the non board members when discussing decisions that affect us a whole.