Mike is a 1990 graduate from USL (now UL), with a degree in Business Administration. After college, he obtained a job at Reed Tool Company as a bit salesman and worked in both Lafayette and Houma.
In 1994, Mike joined forces with his father’s business, Moncla Well Service, a workover company with seven workover rigs. For the next 15 years, Mike, his father Charlie, and the rest of the Moncla clan grew their family business through 11 acquisitions into the largest privately owned workover company in the United States. Mike was Chief Operating Officer for the business that serviced seven different states. In 2008, Moncla Companies sold its business to Key Energy Services, where Mike then served as Division Manager for Key Energy’s Southeastern Division. In 2010, Mike, along with his two brothers & uncle, got back into the family business again by purchasing their previously owned 6 workover barges back from Key Energy. Since that time, they have grown and diversified their business through several acquisitions. Currently, Mike serves as CEO for his third generation family workover business, Moncla Companies, LLC. Mike is currently on the executive board for LOGA, on the board for LAGCOE, the chairman of the Lourdes Foundation, and serves on the Foundation Board for St. Thomas More Catholic High School. He is a Eucharistic Minister at Holy Cross Catholic Church. He is married and has one daughter.
CeCe started her career in the oil and gas industry in 1975 with Texaco in New Orleans; progressing through the administrative ranks to end her 20 year career at Texaco in 1995 as Assistant to the Vice President.
CeCe is married with two grown sons and spent their growing up years at the ball park. She was born and raised in New Orleans, and if you have the opportunity to have a conversation with her, you would figure that out yourself!
Email Cece for meetings at the Jimmie Davis House, appointments with Mike Moncla and general questions.
Tiffany was born and raised in Gretna, Louisiana and is a 1993 graduate of The University of New Orleans. Before coming to LOGA as the Database Administrator in 2007, Tiffany was an Office Manager for 12 years with two Louisiana independent oil & gas companies. In addition to managing the office, her duties also included reporting oil & gas production, severance tax and other reports for Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama properties both onshore and offshore. Tiffany currently lives in suburbs of Baton Rouge with her husband and their two children.
Priscilla began her career with LOGA as Bookkeeper in 2012. In addition to her bookkeeping responsibilities, she is also an Office Assistant and contributes to the day-to-day operations of the Jimmie Davis House.
A native of Mandeville, Louisiana, Tanner cut his teeth in the Oil and Gas industry working as a roustabout on an offshore drilling platform when he was 18.
He went on to graduate from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2014. Before LOGA, Tanner worked in the office of U.S. Senator John Kennedy and also brings extensive campaign experience from a U.S. Senate race in Mississippi. Prior to that, he was a radio personality doing morning drive time from 6-10 in Laurel, Mississippi.
Tanner and his wife, Olivia live in Baton Rouge. You can catch him talking all things Saints, Pelicans, and all college sports.
Don is a native of Miami, Florida and a 1964 graduate of USL in Lafayette. Don began his career in the oil and gas industry with Owen Drilling Company. He worked for Owen while attending USL. He has been actively involved in the oil and gas industry ever since – over 45 years. Don is the father of four and has been a resident of Lafayette over 40 years.
In October of 1992, he stepped away from his service company business in Lafayette to organize LOGA (formerly LIOGA). He knew that if the industry was to survive under the onslaught of the many bureaucratic state and federal agencies, the industry needed to be represented in Baton Rouge.
1992 to 2018:
President, Louisiana Oil & Gas Association
Mr. Briggs headed an independent oil and gas association representing exploration, producing and service sector companies operating in Louisiana, where he strove to make Louisiana a state where the oil and gas industry can prosper and enjoy the fruits of its hard work and at the same time be in harmony with the environment and state government.
2018 - Present:
President-Emeritus, Louisiana Oil & Gas Association
INDUSTRY RELATED ACTIVITIES:
Lafayette Chamber of Commerce – Energy Committee
Louisiana Association of Business & Industry (LABI) – Energy Council
Independent Petroleum Association of American (IPAA) – Liaison Committee
Save Domestic Oil (SDO) – Executive Committee
Lafayette Petroleum Club – Past President, Board of Directors, Membership Committee, Finance Committee
Maritime Institute Emergency Monitoring and Response (MIEMAR) Charter Member
Advisory Council of the Center for Petroleum Development – Shell/LSU
Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors, 2009
GOVERNOR APPOINTED COMMITTEES:
Ground Water Management Advisory Task Force
Governor’s Environmental Task Force
Barataria Estuary Foundation
Oyster Board Damage Evaluation Board
Oilfield Site Restoration Committee
Senate Select Committee on Oil and Gas Permitting
Department of Economic Development Committees:
Oil & Gas Cluster
HOBY – Hugh O’Brien Youth Organization, Past Board Member
LRCE – LA Resource Center for Educators, Past Board Member
Ducks Unlimited, Life Sponsor
Member, St. Pius X Catholic Church
Outreach Center – Board of Directors and 2008 Fundraiser Chairman
Golf, Fishing, Biking, Reading