The Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts Foundation develops and manages resources to enhance the work of LSMSA.
Intensify academic excellence at LSMSA by supporting educational and intellectual endeavors that go above and beyond a typical classroom experience
Support faculty and staff in their professional development and personal research so that LSMSA teachers can continue to be scholars and artists in their own right
Improve and expand LSMSA residential and instructional buildings so that the LSMSA community inhabits a living/learning environment that is both safe and stimulating
LSMSA Foundation Board of Trustees
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Bill New, President
Bill New is the Founder, Owner and President of New Industries, Inc., a Morgan City, LA based specialty steel fabricator and manufacturer of pressure vessels and subsea production equipment for the oil and gas industry.
Dr. Micah Luftig ('94) is currently an Associate Professor in the Molecular Genetics and Microbiology Department at the Duke University School of Medicine where he runs a research lab studying viruses and cancer.
John Pritchard ('88) is the Senior Director of Engineering for Adobe and leads their Cloud Platform group. He manages a global technology organization responsible for distributed Cloud services powering Adobe’s Creative, Marketing and Document Cloud systems.
Beth Colvin ('98) is the editor of the Phi Kappa Phi Forum, the quarterly magazine of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Beth is also president of Women in Media and recently finished a term on the board of the Baton Rouge Social Media Association.
Seema Patel ('96)'s current role is at Texas Children’s Hospital in the Office of Development, where she focuses on philanthropy outreach to internal constituents and manages a cultivation and stewardship service for hospital donors.
Dr. Niescja Turner ('90) is currently a professor and endowed chair at Trinity University in San Antonio. She previously co-directed a program called the Governor’s School for Space Science and Technology, which is a summer program for gifted rising high school seniors.
Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA) is the preeminent state-supported residential high school with competitive admissions for Louisiana's high-achieving, highly-motivated sophomores, juniors, and seniors.