Education Team | Program Contributors

 
Lisa Leblanc | Team Seymore Contributor

Lisa LeBlanc

Contributor | Education Team

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Lisa LeBlanc. M.Ed. CHES is a Senior Instructor and Program Coordinator in the Health, Promotion, and Wellness program in the School of Kinesiology at UL Lafayette. She has over 15 years of experience teaching health courses ranging from Drugs and Society to World Health Issues and currently teaches and supervises Health Promotion and Wellness students. Lisa is a member of several professional organizations at the state and national level and has many local, state and national presentations.

She is a Nationally Certified Health Education Specialist and a Certified Online Teacher and Course Creator for UL Lafayette. she serves on the Board of Directors of Faith House and is a member and chair of scholarships for Zonta Club of Lafayette. Lisa is a Lafayette native, married for 30 years and has one Daughter and two grandsons

Seton is a lifelong educator, and drug policy expert who is a program contributor to Seymore Says, “Don’t’ Be a Bird Brain” Avoid Drugs Program and serves the Seymore D’ Fair Foundation as our Drug Policy Advisory.

Seton is the active Program Director at Greater New Orleans Drug Demand Reduction Coalition. GNODDRC works to prevent substance abuse through prevention, treatment and law enforcement for a safe and healthy community from early childhood through adulthood.

Among Seton’s extensive experience, she was the former Community Outreach Director/Grant Manager MHSD at Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals.

She has also held notable positions as Executive Director of Office of Drug Policy at Former Director of Drug Policy, State of Louisiana and served Governor Kathleen Blanco’s Administration as the Director of Drug Policy. Seton’s educational background includes studies in strategic planning at American University where she received an MA, Theology from Notre Dame Seminary. She also studied English at the University of Holy Cross and went to Academy of Saint Elizabeth.

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Seton Jenkins

Contributor |Advisory

Seton

Seton is a lifelong drug policy expert who is a program contributor to Seymore Says, “Don’t’ Be a Bird Brain” Avoid Drugs Program and serves the Seymore D’ Fair Foundation as our Drug Policy Advisory.

Seton is the active Program Director at Greater New Orleans Drug Demand Reduction Coalition. GNODDRC works to prevent substance abuse through prevention, treatment and law enforcement for a safe and healthy community from early childhood through adulthood.

Among Seton’s extensive experience, she was the former Community Outreach Director/Grant Manager MHSD at Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals.

She has also held notable positions as Executive Director of Office of Drug Policy at Former Director of Drug Policy, State of Louisiana and served Governor Kathleen Blanco’s Administration as the Director of Drug Policy. Seton’s educational background includes studies in strategic planning at American University where she received an MA, Theology from Notre Dame Seminary. She also studied English at the University of Holy Cross and went to Academy of Saint Elizabeth..

Harold Patin' | Team Seymore Contributor

Harold Patin

Contributor | Foundation Advisor

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Mr. Harold serves as a program contributor and the co-inspiration for the development of the Seymore Says, “Don’t Be a Bird Brain” Avoid Drugs Substance Awareness and Drug Prevention Program. He also serves the Seymore D’ Fair Foundation as a Law Enforcement Advisor.

Harold’s Drug Enforcement career has covered service in U.S. Army Intelligence, 1962-1965, Far East assignment, Special Agent U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and predecessor agencies, 1965-1982, Special Agent and Supervisory S/A, various assignments with POD New Orleans, LA, San Antonio, TX & Dallas, TX. Harold commanded units responsible for several cases of national and international impact. Among his many expertise, Harold specializes in drug & alcohol problems, screening, prevention, education and training in all areas of drug enforcement, abuse, screening, referral for treatment, etc. as well as Global Security, Homeland Security, Anti-Terrorism, Risk Assessment