Louis has been in government service for nearly 20 years. Having interned with the City of New Orleans, LA, worked for the City of Belle Glade, FL, and for the last twelve plus years, has worked for the City of Stuart, FL. He is currently the Financial Services Assistant Director.
He received a BBA from Loyola University of the South, is a Florida Certified Government Finance Officer, is MOUS (mouse) certified in Excel and PowerPoint, and instructed adult learning classes for computers. During his tenure at Stuart, he has overseen, or at least been closely involved, with every major technological upgrade and installation for the City, especially those related to the financial reporting and fiscal management of the City.
The City of Stuart has been featured in government management related magazines for their advances and innovations in technology. Stuart has a $20,000,000 General Fund budget with a growing population of around 17,000.
As a member of the Florida GFOA, Louis was the Chairman of the School of Government Finance, an annual week-long training seminar, Chairman of the standing Technology committee, and a member of the Ad-Hoc committee that first created the FGFOA website.
He currently speaks at different engagements around the State of Florida concerning implementation of technology in government, and has been a presenter for the GFOA at the national conferences in San Antonio, Montreal, and Anaheim. Louis is the author of a case study titled "CUTTING THE RED TAPE TO GO PAPERLESS" in the book Case Studies on Digital Government.