New hires at Baker Donelson, Ruby Slipper Restaurant Group
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New hires at Baker Donelson, Ruby Slipper Restaurant Group

Aug 12, 2023


Camille Collins is the new executive director of marketing for Ruby Slipper Restaurant Group.

Collins has more than 20 years experience in marketing, communications, event planning and business development experience in the hospitality and food industries. She has worked with Chef Paul Prudhomme at Magic Seasoning Blends as director of business development. She held marketing director positions with Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts, whose properties include Cafe Maspero, Ernst Cafe and Flamingo A Go Go, and the Commander's Family of Restaurants.

Jen Beougher has been promoted to chief administrative officer for Ruby Slipper.

Beougher joined the company in 2018 as its first chief financial officer. Before that she spent more than a decade with Bloomin' Brands, the parent company of Outback Steakhouse, in the accounting, project management and finance departments.


Nicholas C. Tomlinson has joined Baker Donelson as of counsel in the New Orleans office.

Tomlinson is a member of the Labor & Employment Group and has more than a decade of experience as an in-house benefits counsel for a Fortune 500 company.

He earned a bachelor's in business administration from LSU, a law degree from Gonzaga University School of Law and a master of laws in taxation from the University of Washington School of Law. Tomlinson is an adjunct instructor at the University of New Orleans.


Dr. William H. Tettelbach has been name chief medical officer for RestorixHealth.

Tettelbach has nearly 30 years of medical experience and is a certified wound specialist. He most recently served as executive medical director, wound & hyperbaric medicine services for HCA Healthcare's Mountain Division.

He has served as medical director for extended care, infection prevention and wound care clinics, including those associated with Intermountain Healthcare in Utah. During that time, he established an undersea & hyperbaric medicine fellowship at Intermountain Health through a collaboration with Duke University.


Dr. Alexander Murashov has joined the faculty of the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine as the head of the comparative biomedical sciences department.

He will be responsible for overseeing the department's extensive biomedical research programs and advanced degree programs.

Murashov had been on the faculty of the the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina State University since 1999.

He earned a doctorate from the Anokhin Institute of Normal Physiology, Academy of Medical Sciences and a medical degree from the Pirogov Moscow 2nd Medical Institute. Murashov completed post-doctoral training at Columbia University, Griffith University and the Howard Florey Institute of Experimental Physiology.


Bridget Gaffney and Jason Suitt have joined the staff of Visit Baton Rouge.

Gaffney is client relationship manager, handling all aspects of the Customer Relationship Management system.

She earned a bachelor's in marketing from Southeastern Louisiana University.

Suitt is director of sports development. He spent the past two years as director of sports marketing and strategic partnerships at Walk-On's Sports Bistreaux. He previously held marketing and promotions jobs in the athletic departments of LSU and the University of Arkansas.

He earned a bachelor's in sports administration from the University of South Carolina.


Logan Austin has been named chief operating officer of Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center.

Austin comes from Community Health Systems, where he served as chief administrative officer for two hospitals and a freestanding emergency clinic in Lee County, Florida. Before that, he held executive leadership roles at hospitals in Birmingham, Alabama; Statesville, North Carolina and Mooresville, North Carolina.

He earned a bachelor's in finance from the University of Alabama, a master's in health administration and a master's in business, both from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.


Jason Welz has been named CEO of GridSource.

He replaces Dusty Johnson, who founded the utility contractor.

Welz has 25 years of experience in the cable, telecommunications and utility industries, having served in senior executive roles at Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Comcast and Alcatel-Lucent.

NEW ORLEANSCamille CollinsRuby Slipper Restaurant GroupJen BeougherNicholas C. TomlinsonBaker DonelsonDr. William H. TettelbachRestorixHealthBATON ROUGEDr. Alexander MurashovLSU School of Veterinary MedicineBridget GaffneyJason SuittVisit Baton RougeLogan AustinOur Lady of the Lake Regional Medical CenterJason WelzGridSource