04 Nov 2013

Jamie Segar ’90 Named CHS Director of Advancement

Jamie Segar í´90 has been named the Catholic High School Director of Advancement effective November 11, 2013.

Jamie has served as Director of Development for LSUí´s Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Life & Enrollment since 2008.  Prior to his latest position, he served as Director of Marketing and Director of Strategic Planning for Legislative & External Affairs for LSU.  In these roles, Jamie has had extensive experience in the cultivation of new donors, solicitation of annual and major gifts and management of a capital campaign. He will work closely with the current CHS Director of Advancement Hal Dupuy ’73 during the coming weeks to facilitate a smooth transition.

“Ití´s an exciting time for me to be coming back to a place that made such a positive influence and impact in my life. Ií´m looking forward to making a difference, building a culture of giving, and implementing major initiatives and goals for future growth in our advancement efforts. We want to ensure that we continue to transform the lives of our students at Catholic High in a positive way through these efforts.  The tradition and spirit of CHS has always been special to me, and I caní´t wait to get acquainted with our students, parents, faculty, staff and alumni,íñ commented Jamie.

íÍJamie makes a great first impression.  He is friendly, articulate and at ease with himself.  Those are great qualities, but if you spend just a few minutes with him, you cannot help but be impressed even more so by his passion for CHS.  That passion, coupled with Jamieí´s extensive experience in development work, makes Jamie a great fit for the role of Advancement Director at CHS.  We are fortunate and excited to have him with us,íñ stated Gene Tullier, president of Catholic High School.

Jamie and his wife, Miriam, have four children: Grant (14), Reid and Maggie (12), and Hayes (6).
Hal, who was hired as Advancement Director in November 2007, will begin his retirement effective December 13, 2013.