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Houston Gas & LNG Forum 2019 Distinguished Speakers Include

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Clair Hebert Marceaux

Port Director, Cameron Parish Port, Harbor & Terminal District
United States

A Cameron Parish native, Clair serves as the Director of Cameron Parish Port, Harbor & Terminal District.  Her role allows her to enter act with people from all over the world to promote Cameron Parish.  Before becoming Port Director, she served as Director of Economic Development for the Cameron Parish Police Jury. Prior to that role, Clair was the Southwest Region Economic Development Project Manager for Entergy Louisiana.  Previous to her work at Entergy, she served the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury as Senior Grants Administrator, overseeing the grant funds used to construct the Southwest Louisiana Entrepreneurial and Economic Development or SEED Center and administered more than $35 million in Disaster Recovery grant funds.  She also spent three years as Regional Lead with the Federal Emergency Management Agency overseeing more than 11,000 temporary housing units for FEMA.  Clair began her career as an English IV teacher in Lafayette teaching at both the Episcopal School of Acadiana and St. Thomas More Catholic High School.  She is a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where she graduated Cum Laude.  Clair is a nationally Certified Community and Economic Developer and serves or has served on the boards of Fusion Five, the Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana, the Women’s Business Network, the Acadiana Economic Development Council, and the Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, IMCAL, the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, and United Way SWLA.  She is active in several professional organizations such as the Louisiana Industrial Development Executives Association, the Southern Economic Development Council and the Louisiana Tourism and Promotion Association.