AFWA/AGA Joint Membership Meeting -
Mr. Ed Quatrevaux, Inspector General of New Orleans, is our guest speaker.
AFWA Members & Non-Members: $30
**Registration is open until the event, but please register by Noon on Monday, March 17th if possible.**
Please contact Nene Gianfala no later than Noon regarding any reservation additions or regrets. She can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at (504) 526-1628.
Guests are encouraged!
Registration Opens at 5
DInner Begins at 6 P.M.
Mr. Quatrevaux, New Orleans Inspector General since 2009, will provide an overview of some of the activites of the Inspector General's office, whose mission is to prevent and detect fraud and abuse, and to promote efficiency and effectiveness.
Mr. Quatrevaux's full bio and contact information are below.
1 hour of CPE credit will be awarded.
Food & Drinks:
Buffet-Style Entree Options:
Sweet & Sour Chicken
Shrimp with Honey-roasted Pecan
Beef with Mushrooms
Snow Peas & Bamboo Shoots
Triple Dragon in Hot Sauce
Comination Fried Rice
Fortune & Almond Cookies
Served with soft drink or iced tea.
**Dinner is to be held in the Imperial Room. The restaurant offers free parking in the lot adjacent to this facility.**
RSVP online through Eventbrite OR by contacting Nene Gianfala by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (504) 526-1628 by Noon on Monday, March 17th.
If you wish to pay with cash or a check, just choose the pay at the door option.
EDOUARD R. QUATREVAUX, New Orleans Inspector General
Mr. Quatrevaux is a native New Orleanian who earned a B.A. in Economics from the University of New Orleans in 1969, and an MBA from Tulane University in 1975.
He served as an Army officer from 1967-1987, retiring with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He was twice a company commander in Vietnam, and his other assignments included Chief of Seaport Operations in Europe, and Logistics Force Structure Analyst on the Army General Staff. He led a landmark study that re-designed the Army’s transportation units, doubling the productivity of those units and reducing manpower requirements by 60,000. His final Army assignment was as Inspector General of the Defense Department’s joint service transportation agency. There he evaluated domestic and international shipping, and made recommendations with the potential for $10 billion in annual savings.
From 1991 through 2000, he was the Inspector General of the Legal Services Corporation, a federal entity which makes grants for legal aid to poor people. He led an evaluation of the use of information technology in the delivery of legal services, which greatly expanded the number of people served with little increase in cost.
Mr. Quatrevaux then founded a company that purchased an accredited college and converted it to an online, distance education format. He sold his interest in 2004.
He retired to Mandeville and now resides in Orleans parish. He has served as the New Orleans Inspector General since September of 2009.