Jacqueline M. McGee
President/Sr. Grants Manager
Mr. Magee has more than 38 years experience in the administrative consulting industry. He has served as President for Frye Magee, LLC and Frye Magee & amp; Associates, Inc since its formation in 1981. He developed a company that has assisted over 45 clients from small towns/cities to parishes/counties throughout Central and North Louisiana and up state New York with well over 250 grants for street, sewer, and water improvements as well as economic development projects. He developed the consulting teams that successfully obtained contracts from the State of Louisiana to assist in the administration of Katrina/Rita and Ike/Gustav CDBG disaster recovery projects throughout south Louisiana. He also developed the team that successfully obtained contracts from the State of Louisiana to provide environmental reporting services for all Katrina/Rita and Ike/Gustav disaster recovery CDBG projects. He assisted in developing a successful proposal to the New York State Governors Office of Storm Recovery for Hurricane Sandy and Tropical Storm Lee. For the past two years Mr. Magee has been serving as the Subject Matter Expert in Up State New York's 3 Regions by assisting Grant Managers in developing and implementing Recovery projects from the New York Community Rising Reconstruction Plans.
Mr. Magee has 11 years experience in CDBG administration, including environmental assessment compilation, Davis Bacon Wage Labor Compliance, and application preparation. His work experience also includes environmental assessments for Texas Disaster Recovery Program Round II Infrastructure.
Mr. Magee has a background in CDBG Administration Assistance: Environmental Review Record compilation, Davis Bacon Wage labor compliance interviews, application preparation, monitoring by State agency, meeting with clients, contractors, and the public regarding grants.
Senior Grants Consultant
Mrs. Laborde, for the past 8 years, has assisted Mr. Magee in the administration and management of Community Development Block Grant Projects, including CDBG – Disaster Recovery Projects for Katrina/Rita and Gustav/Ike hurricanes. Previous experience includes 21 years in public relations and office management as the Secretary-Treasurer of the Avoyelles Parish Police Jury where she was in charge of FEMA debris removal and public assistance and the development of the emergency management master plan.
Senior Grants Consultant
Mrs. Brevelle assists Mr. Magee in the administration and management of Community Development Block Grant Projects, including CDBG- Disaster Recovery Projects, specializing in labor compliance. She has 8 years of experience in CDBG administration with the firm. Previous experience includes 20 years as Assistant Secretary Treasurer of the Avoyelles Parish Police Jury, where she was tasked with the financial management of FEMA debris removal and public assistance.
Mrs. Hair has 10 years experience in financial management of the Louisiana Community Block Grant Programs. She serves as the Accountant of the firm, administering grant funding and providing comprehensive grant management services required by HUD/CDBG programs. Previous experience includes 11 years as the Funds Accountant for the Louisiana Baptist Foundation.
Assistant Grants Consultant
Mrs. Pourciau assists with all the general financial recordkeeping of the business in Peachtree Accounting System. She also helps to maintain all the Financial Management records for each LCDBG project managed & assists grantees and sub‐recipients with compiling CDBG required documentation and complying with all CDBG requirements – collecting invoices, preparing Requests for Payments, verifying receipt of funds and payments to vendors, monitoring expenses compared to state’s approved grant budget, and preparing close‐out documents.
Ms. McGee is our land acquisition expert. She is retired from LaDOTD as a Real Estate District Manager, a position she held for 15 years. Prior to that, she was a real estate agent for LaDOTD for 10 years. She has vast experience in acquisition and relocation of residential and commercial properties under the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisitions Policies Act of 1970 (Uniform Act). Currently, she is involved in providing service to the South East Louisiana Flood Protection Authorities, the Local Government Emergency Initiative, the LaDNR Energy Block Grant Program, and real estate agents for the Rapides Parish Levee Recertification Program under Gustav/Ike hurricanes.