Kelli Bondy Troutman

Senior Vice President

Kelli Bondy Troutman graduated with a communications degree from Louisiana State University and began her career in the Washington D.C. offices of then Senator David Vitter and Congressman Bobby Jindal. After returning home to Baton Rouge, she joined Wright Feigley Communications a full-service advertising agency. At Wright Feigley she worked as an account executive managing several award-winning accounts. In 2011 she joined the LUBA Workers’ Comp team as director of communications and community relations overseeing the advertising, communications and community giving programs across LUBA’s states of operation. Kelli also oversees the Human Resources department and is a member of the LUBA Executive Committee.

Kelli currently serves as board member and Secretary for the Knock Knock Children’s Museum, board member for the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI) and chairman of its healthcare council. She is a graduate of the Baton Rouge Area Chamber Leadership Program, an honoree of the Boys and Girls Club Great Futures Gala and was named Top Forty Under 40 by the Baton Rouge Business Report. She is a past board member and Vice President of the Emerge Center for Autism's Foundation and a former longtime board member of the Louisiana Art and Science Museum (LASM).