Mabou appointed to West Calcasieu Port board
Published 2:00 pm Saturday, October 15, 2022
Special to the Daily News
Sulphur businesswoman Jennifer Mabou has been appointed to the West Calcasieu Port five-person board of commissioners by the West Calcasieu Chamber of Commerce.
Mabou’s appointment was confirmed by resolution of the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury on Oct. 6, 2022. Her term will expire in October 2026.
Mabou assumed a port board commissioner position that was previously held by Scott Foreman, who resigned after relocating his residence out of the WCP taxing district.
Carlyss native and resident, Mabou has been a State Farm Agent since 2016 after working for the company for 14 years. She has been licensed in Property/Casualty and Life/Health insurance in Louisiana since 2002.
Since opening their doors, Mabou and her team have been recognized as a Chairman’s Circle Agency, an elite honor given to only the top 3 percent of company’s agencies nationwide. She also debuted as a Top 100 New State Farm Agent her first year in the agency and has received the Honor Club recognition every year she has been an agent.
A graduate of Sulphur High School, Mabou earned a B.S. degree in business administration from Northwestern State University with a minor in marketing.
She is an active member of the West Calcasieu Chamber of Commerce, the Sulphur High School Booster Club and the Golden Tornado Marching Band Booster Group. She is also a Partner in Education with Sulphur High School.
Mabou, her husband, Courtney, and their three daughters are members of Prompt Succor Catholic Church.