Trey brings more than 25 years of experience in the public and governmental relations, marketing and crisis communications fields. During that time he has worked for three Louisiana members of Congress, two Louisiana Governors and one of the largest health care systems in Louisiana and Mississippi.
Trey has extensive experience in crisis communications, having led the state’s Joint Information Command during Hurricanes Gustave and Ike, assisted with the crisis management plan after the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill and handled the local and national media for Our Lady of the Lake Hospital during the July 2016 Baton Rouge police shootings.
Trey currently serves on the board of directors of the LSU Manship School of Mass Communications Alumni Association. He is a former president of the Baton Rouge Chapter of the Public Relations Association of Louisiana and a former member of the Southern Public Relations Federation board.
He was honored in 2017 as one of the city’s Top Marketing Executives by the Sales and Marketing Executives of Greater Baton Rouge program and has also received the Public Relations Association of Baton Rouge Practitioner of the Year Award. During his career, Trey has received numerous local, state and national awards, including four national Telly Awards.
Trey received a Bachelor of Arts in journalism, along with a minor in marketing and Russian from Louisiana Tech University, and earned a Master of Mass Communication from the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University.
Outside work, Trey spends time with his wife, their two daughters and three dogs. He is an avid genealogist, news junkie, Cubs fan and weather geek.