LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Over an impressive seven-year tenure at AARP, Broussard has consistently demonstrated leadership excellence and strategic vision. In his most recent role as a senior advisor in the Office of Community Engagement, he was pivotal in leading AARP’s National Veterans & Military Families Initiative.
Broussard began his career with AARP as the Louisiana State Associate State Director-Advocacy & Outreach. He has extensive experience recruiting, training, and collaborating with AARP volunteers.
Before joining AARP, Broussard enjoyed a successful career in the telecommunications industry with AT&T and Cox Communications, where he honed skills in team leadership, management, customer care, advocacy and priority execution.
“We’re excited to welcome Troy to Kentucky. He is committed to expanding and deepening our work in targeted communities and across our commonwealth,” said Charlotte Whittaker, AARP Kentucky volunteer state president.
Broussard received his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and an MBA from Southeastern Louisiana University.
Broussard will lead the state office’s advocacy and outreach effort with a team of volunteers and staff representing more than 425,000 AARP members across the commonwealth. Broussard will be based in the Louisville AARP Office.
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