Meet Lakeisha Robichaux

Occupation: CEO

Organization: Chief of Minds

Hometown: Gonzales, LA

When and why did you get involved with BRAC?

Mel Robinson told me about the Ambassador program and how much he liked it. It peaked my interest as I wanted to become more active and have a positive impact within BRAC. The rest is history.

Tell us more about how you are involved in Baton Rouge?

I am the CEO of Chief of Minds, located in Baton Rouge, an active member of Beech Grove Baptist Church, a board member of IDEA Charter School in Baton Rouge, a member of EO (Entrepreneur Organization) Louisiana, a member of Greater Baton Rouge Society of Human Resources Management (GBRSHRM), a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA), and a member of Junior League of Baton Rouge. 

Why do you stay involved with BRAC?

I stay involved with BRAC because it focuses on improvement for Baton Rouge and I am a native of the area. BRAC facilitates and hosts great events, and offers great business tools and resources 

What would you tell someone considering becoming a BRAC investor?

I tell potential investors BRAC is a great organization to invest in as it offers a wealth of business tools and resources, networking opportunities, insight on upcoming projects and great people. 

What’s one of the most exciting things you see happening in the Baton Rouge Area today?

Currently, it’s the Christmas activities and events downtown and around the city. On a larger scale, it’s the many downtown developments.  

BRAC’s Ambassador Program is designed to allow company representatives to actively build relationships with BRAC investors and business leaders while serving as advocates of BRAC’s work.

Each month, BRAC highlights one of these ambassadors in the Ambassador Spotlight. To learn more about the Ambassador Program visit the program page here.