Mrs. Ashley Thibodeaux Herbert has been overseeing company operations since 2000.
Ashley is responsible for everything from designing and implementing long-term business strategies to overseeing daily operations in the field. Her ability to coordinate all aspects of a project from start to finish, extensive knowledge of the industry, and excellent customer service skills aid in the continued growth of the company.
Ashley works extensively with non-profits to push her company’s green initiatives for their corporate clients, as well as the environment. She also serves as the logistics chair for the American Cancer Society’s annual gala.
When she is not working hard on the business she enjoys social events with family, and friends as well as traveling with her husband Michael and their two daughters Elizabeth & Addison.
"Daily operations are very fluid, but require flexibility, and control for the business to be successful. One of the things I love the most about Bart’s is the ever-changing world in which we operate—no two customers are ever the same. My primary goal as the COO is to secure the functionality of my business, and drive extensive and sustainable growth."
As founders of Bart’s Office Inc. Kathleen Thibodeaux and her husband Bart, opened their business in August of 1978.
As president Kathleen is responsible for providing strategic leadership for the company by working with management to establish long-range goals and strategies. She works with her daughters to direct and evaluate the organization's function and performance – and is proud to see them continue to work hard to build and grow Bart’s Office, Inc.
Kathleen and Bart are the proud grandparents of three beautiful granddaughters, and take every opportunity to spend time with them. They also love to travel, and host large family gatherings at their home in Lakeview.
A second-generation entrepreneur and seasoned business owner, Courtney Thibodeaux Davis is the Chief Executive Officer of Bart’s Office Moving. Since joining the company in 2010, Courtney has lead the company’s business development and marketing efforts while also spearheading capacity augmentation and corporate growth initiatives for the firm.
Prior to joining Bart’s, Courtney served as the general manager for Planet Beach in Lakeview where, under her leadership, salon revenues doubled and the location won numerous awards for customer service and employee satisfaction. Courtney later earned distinction as Planet Beach's youngest franchisee when she purchased the organization’s Metairie Road location where her efforts continued to achieve similar results: annual revenues increased by over 80% and the facility was consistently recognized for excellence in both customer service and store operations. She even won Planet Beach’s prestigious “Franchisee on the Planet” award. After the successful sale of her franchise following Hurricane Katrina, Courtney returned to her family's business as its Chief Executive. She has a strong sales background, increasing revenues for businesses over the past 10+ years. She is responsible for developing the business, which includes marketing, operations, safety, employee relations, and customer relations.
Upon graduation from Goldman Sachs's 10,000 small business cohort as valedictorian of her class, Courtney was given the honor of introducing Mayor Mitch Landrieu at the program's commencement ceremony. An advocate for women in business, Courtney is also recent graduate of the Tuck School of Business/Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBEC) exchange program. Additionally, she was a 2014 recipient of WBEC South's Champion award for her dedication to women-owned businesses in the Gulf South, and the SBA Family Owned Business Champion for 2015.
Courtney is an active member of the New Orleans community and serves on the board for GNO INC. and advisory board for Nunez College. She is also working with Loyola’s Business college, to mentor the next generation of women entrepreneurs.
When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her daughter Kaylie, her husband Pat, and her two cats, Chloe and Cayden.
Kasie T. Sheridan
Mrs. Kasie T. Sheridan has been with Bart’s Office Furniture Repairs, Inc. since September of 2005.
As chief administrative officer (CAO) Kasie manages the day-to-day administration of the business with a focus on finance and human resources. As CAO she provides support to staff as they service clients, is responsible for conducting performance evaluations across the company, and focuses on inter-department problem-solving and decision-making.
Kasie is known for her positive attitude, caring nature, and for her amazing ability to make those around her laugh. When Kasie is not at work, she loves traveling with her husband or rocking out to karaoke songs, and spending time with friends and family.
Alexie L. Thibodeaux
Ms. Alexie Thibodeaux has been the Chief Training Officer for Bart’s Office Inc. since 2012.
Alexie is responsible for a myriad of operational and personnel related productions, including inventory control, Wo-managing crews on large high profile projects, and employee development. Alexie’s primary leadership role is to formulate the strategies needed to drive crew development and training. Alexie is a team player with an eye toward collaboration and innovative thinking.
Alexie is a dedicated advocate for animals, and in her free time she is very involved with the non-profit Take Paws, where she helps organize events and fosters stray animals as they find a forever home. Alexie also enjoys playing beach volleyball, softball, and tennis and was named most outstanding female athlete at her graduation ceremony.
“If we are not training our employees to be excellent, efficient, and safe then the client experience suffers. We are constantly researching new ways to be more cutting edge, and incorporate new methodologies into what we do. Increasingly, more organizations understand the importance of dedicating a role specifically to training. This is one more area in which Bart’s is at the forefront of our industry.”
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