BATON ROUGE, La. — LCTA Workers’ Comp (LCTA) recently announced the addition of John D’Angelo to its Board of Trustees.
“John D’Angelo is an exciting addition to LCTA’s Board of Trustees.” Melissa Campesi, LCTA CEO and chairman, said, “His vast experience will be a major asset to LCTA as we work to move workers’ comp forward. We welcome his expertise and his ability to help LCTA continue to grow.”
D’Angelo founded Investar Bank in Baton Rouge, La., in 2005, and grew the full-service community bank to eleven locations and $800 million in total assets within eight years. He was responsible for all phases of operations and successfully led Investar through its initial public offering in July 2014.
Prior to launching Investar Bank, D’Angelo had 30 years of financial experience including positions with the former Hibernia National Bank and KPMG Peat Marwick.
In addition to serving on the LCTA board, D’Angelo remains involved in the Baton Rouge community acting as chairman of Neese Industries and as the incoming chairman for Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area. He has previously served on the boards of the Baton Rouge Symphony, Friends of the Baton Rouge Zoo, Friends of the Environment, Bishop Sullivan Development Committee, Volunteers in Public Schools, Louisiana Resource Center for Education, and the Neighborhood Association.
D’Angelo earned his Bachelor of Science in accounting from Louisiana State University in 1982, and became a certified public accountant in 1986.