Dr. Benny Jones
Dr. Benny Jones is a native of Mathiston, Mississippi and since 1990 is a resident of St. Charles Parish. He received his Ph.D. from the New Orleans Seminary. He is married with two children. His wife is a CPA. He is the former director of the Greater New Orleans Fellowship of Christian Athletes and served as State Director for 10 years. He has worked closely with a galaxy of stars including Coach Joe Gibbs, Archie Manning and Bobby Bowden. He is a member of the Fore!Kids Foundation which hosts the Zurich PGA event in New Orleans, Benny is also a 20-year football referee and 12-year baseball umpire. He is a passionate supporter of his community and has worked as a volunteer for decades in and around New Orleans.
A native of New Orleans, LA, Jim lives and works in Covington, Louisiana. Jim went to Loyola University New Orleans for both his undergraduate and Juris Doctorate degrees. Jim has practiced law for nearly three decades and was a partner at Ungarino Eckert before forming his own firm. Jim founded U.S. Service Animals LLC in 2017. U.S. Service Animals educates and assists people with disabilities through the use of animals. They offer information on Service Animals, Emotional Support Animals, and the laws surrounding ownership of each. USSA consults with mental health care professionals in all 50 states. Jim is married and has two daughters attending Louisiana State University and St. Scholastica Academy
James T. “J.T.” Hannan was born in Washington DC, but has lived in New Orleans for over 20 years. Married with three children, J.T. has worked for a varierty of nonprofit and governmental organizations including University Medical Center, the Archdiocese of New Orleans and the Bayou District Foundation. J.T. has a Masters degree in nonprofit management from Louisiana State University-Shreveport and an undergraduate degree from Loyola University New Orleans. As part of his work with the award winning Bayou District Foundation, J.T. has appeared on The Golf Channel, NPR and PBS.