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La Place, LA
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About Me

Andrea Lowe is the President and CEO of A & E Enterprise Management. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of Louisiana Community Health Connection, a nonprofit organization that train and education youth about life skills. In her spare time, she facilitates courses in health care management, management strategies, communication, organizational management, and leadership and performance development at the University of Phoenix. She is an energetic and fearless leader who takes a no excuses approach to the highest commitment of personal and professional ethics, management, and accountability.


Andrea has over fifteen years experience in the non-profit and healthcare industry, where she consecutively completed a public health internship at the Louisiana Office of Public Health, Maternal and Child Health Section, and worked as a hospital liaison and director of education for Southern Eye Bank. Her work ethics proved beneficial at Southern Eye Bank where she crossed trained as a recovery technician to become skilled at delivering presentations in her role as trainer. During this time, Andrea developed an eye health educational program for students in K-12 grade. In her leadership role at Southern Eye Bank, she participated in several health fairs and conducted trainings for nursing staff in the Greater New Orleans area.


As a transformational leader, Andrea understands the big picture that creates change in organizations. She provides focused and dynamic leadership for individuals and organizations across all sectors. She has first hand knowledge of the challenges of small businesses in this global environment, because she has assisted in the startup of several nonprofit and small businesses, including management consulting, fundraising, financial management, needs assessment, capacity building, proposal writing, strategic planning, and leadership.

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