Generous, durable and unflinching in character – the men of New Orleans who fit this archetype are known as Kingfish. They are the very essence of power and compassion and give more to others than to themselves. Whether sipping a sazarac or a beer; conducting a meeting or jumping into a secondline; spending time with his family or serving on the board of a favorite charity, a Kingfish does it all with that special brand of savoir faire perfected in New Orleans.

Corey Fitzpatrick

Partner, Workers’ Compensation, LLC

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Corey’s ability to connect with others and strong work ethic has helped Workers’ Compensation, LLC in Metairie become a stronghold for the handling of workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability claims. Since leaving a defense firm in 2008, Corey has represented over 1,500 injured workers in connection with their workers’ compensation claims.

Corey credits his parents for both his work ethic and his ability to relate to people of all backgrounds. Known for his ability to find common ground with others, Corey is also involved in the community. Recently named the 74th King of the Krewe of Thoth, Corey supports Thoth Charities, which has donated over $400K to local community causes.

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Ian Dreyer

Founding and Managing Partner of NANO, LLC

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Founding and Managing Partner of NANO, LLC, Ian Alexander Dreyer has over 20 years of architecture experience and has managed architectural projects for New Orleans totaling over $36M. Following Hurricane Katrina, Ian participated in full committee field hearings supporting small business recovery contracts, and he continues to use his knowledge and skills to support Disadvantaged Businesses Enterprises throughout Louisiana.

Recently, Ian managed the design implementation and construction of NANO’s exhibit in the prestigious Venice Biennale and received the 2021 ECC Architecture award.

Dreyer is a founding member of City Park Mow Ron’s, member of Louisiana Association of Business & Industry, American Institute of Architects and Krewe of Hermes. He is a dedicated husband to Terri Dreyer and father to Alexander and Luciana Dreyer.

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Roy Guste Bruno

Owner/Operator, PJ’s Coffee

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A graduate of Jesuit and Loyola University New Orleans, Roy Bruno started working at PJ’s Coffee as a college student and barista. Today, at only 34 years old, Roy is a PJ’s Coffee franchisee in the process of opening his sixth location inside 333 Canal Place, replacing a national behemoth with the beloved local brand that started in 1978. In his nine years as a multi-store owner, Roy has sold over a million cups of coffee, and he attributes his success and growth to PJ’s dedicated, passionate employees and the quality, locally roasted coffee that they provide customers. Community is also important to Roy, who supports local every chance he gets.

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Scott G. Brannon

Associate Broker, Latter & Blum, Inc.

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An Associate Broker and Top 100 Agent with Latter & Blum, Inc., Scott G. Brannon has nearly 25 years’ experience serving clients across Greater New Orleans, including the West Bank, Northshore, and entire Southshore. Scott is known for being a negotiations expert, troubleshooter and problem solver who works with integrity and passion as evidenced by his numerous real estate awards. A friendly and strong communicator, Scott has added expertise in relocation and real estate investments.

“I have dedicated myself to the idea that honor, integrity and professionalism are the cornerstones to success not only in real estate but in life,” he says. “My clients are my career, and I am thankful for their loyalty, faith and confidence every day.”

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