New Orleans developers receive fellowship
8 Jun 2008
The pair of young developers who founded Green Coast Enterprises after Hurricane Katrina said Monday that they had received a fellowship from Echoing Green, an organization that recognizes social entrepreneurs.
Will Bradshaw and Reuben Teague will receive $45,000 a year, health benefits and technical support for their business, including access to investors and advice on refining their business plan.
Green Coast Enterprises conducts sustainable real estate development, including such projects as the Arabella condominiums near the Fairgrounds. The company is also participating in Project Home Again, a rebuilding effort launched by the chief executive of Barnes & Noble.