T.A. “Tim” Barfield, Jr. currently serves as the Executive Counsel for the Louisiana Department of Revenue. Prior to his current post, he served as Chief Development Officer for Amedisys. Prior to Amedisys, Mr. Barfield served as Executive Counsel to Governor Jindal and as the Executive Director of the Louisiana Workforce Commission.
At the Workforce Commission, Barfield helped redesign the state’s workforce development system by working closely with business leaders, higher education leaders and the Louisiana Economic Development. Barfield also formed the Workforce Investment Council, which is made up of business and industry leaders who work to better align the needs of businesses and industry with the state’s education and training efforts.
Barfield previously served the Shaw Group Inc., in several roles, including as President and Chief Operating Officer, President of Shaw Environmental & Infrastructure, Inc., Senior Vice President for Special Projects, President of Shaw APP, Inc., and Secretary & General Counsel. He has also served as the Managing Director of Shaw Group U.K. Limited and as a corporate attorney at Vinson & Elkins, LLP in Dallas, Texas.
Barfield has a bachelor’s of science in business administration and a law degree from LSU. He is also a graduate of the Kellogg School of Management’s Executive Development Program at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
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