Ronald M. Carrere, Jr.
Ronald M. Carrere, Jr. is a native New Orleanian, graduate of the University of New Orleans with degrees in Business Administration and Finance specializing in Real Estate Finance. An alumnus of the Bryan Bell Metropolitan Leadership Forum, New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute, Loyola Institute of Politics and the Norman C. Francis Leadership Institute.
Currently employed by Liberty Bank & Trust Co., Ronald Carrere, Jr. is a leader in both the Real Estate and Commercial Lending Divisions, while also assisting with several community initiatives. Prior to entering the private sector, he spent seven years working for the City of New Orleans in both the Workforce Development and Economic Development departments.
He currently serves on: the Regional Planning Commission; Eastern New Orleans Neighborhood Advisory Commission; New Orleans Regional Leadership Institute Board (N.O.R.L.I.); New Orleans African American Museum Board; City Year New Orleans Advisory Board; Daughters of Charity Services of New Orleans Board; State of Louisiana Civil Service Commission; New Orleans East Economic Development Board; and the Urban League of Greater New Orleans Board.
His previous service has included: Dress for Success Board; treasurer for Einstein Charter School; campaign manager for several political candidates; planning committee for the Norman C. Francis Leadership Institute and the transition teams of Mayor Mitchell Landrieu and Sheriff Marlin Gusman.