Angele Davis

G2 Net-Zero LNG, LLC


Angele Davis is the CFO of G2, G2 Net-Zero LNG, LLC, which will be the world’s first net-zero emissions LNG development in the world. G2, in partnership with several global innovators, will be the first to deliver a portfolio of uniquely differentiated energy products while achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions from the producing reservoir through to the ship at the loading dock. She previously served as President and CEO of The Davis Kelley Group, based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where she led the firm’s operations consultancy, working with clients to solve complex strategic and operational problems from assessment to implementation. Before founding The Davis Kelley Group, Angele served as Louisiana’s Commissioner of Administration, the chief financial officer to the Governor and chief administrative officer for the state. She has held a number of consulting and executive management positions, including business consultant with IBM Global Services, and she has over twenty-one years of industry experience in large organization management and global management consulting. She has consulted with numerous clients throughout her career from startups to Fortune 500 companies in sectors including government, retail, distribution, manufacturing, construction, healthcare, health and wellness and non-profit. She was recognized by the Reason Foundation as a 2009 Innovator in Action for "playing a central implementation role in Governor Bobby Jindal's wide-ranging efforts to streamline the state bureaucracy." She is a recipient of the Baton Rouge Business Report's 2006 influential Women in Business Award and also received the publication's "Top 40 Under 40" Award. She was named "Louisiana Outstanding Young Woman," "Baton Rouge Outstanding Young Woman," and graduated from the Greater Baton Rouge Leadership and Louisiana Leadership programs. She is the recipient of the Louisiana Hospitality Leadership Award as an expression of gratitude for her leadership and dedication during and after the 2005 hurricane season. She graduated from Spring Hill College with a BA in Communications and earned her MBA from Louisiana State University.