MPS alumni Phil Boggan named head of the Office of Cultural Development

David Armentor

Jul 20, 2015

Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne has recently announced Phil Boggan as the head of the Office of Cultural Development. Boggan previously served as deputy assistant secretary of OCD under his predecessor, Pam Breaux, who left to become the CEO of the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies.

"Phil Boggan has served the Office of Cultural Development ably as its deputy chief for a number of years, and I have full confidence that the office will continue to thrive under his leadership," Lt. Governor Dardenne said.

Boggan has been with the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism since 2002. In that time he has served as deputy assistant secretary of the Office of Cultural Development, head of the Division of Historic Preservation and director of the Louisiana Main Street program. Boggan holds a master's degree in preservation studies from Tulane University.

The Office of Cultural Development comprises the Division of the Arts, Division of Historic Preservation, Division of Archaeology and Council for the Development of French in Louisiana. For the latest information, follow the Louisiana Office of Cultural Development on Facebook.

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MPS - Master in Preservation Studies
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