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I enjoy putting the pieces of the puzzle together when working on a government relations strategy for my clients. From research to coordinating with the media, it’s all about finding a connection. Clients say they appreciate my ability to connect the dots and help them achieve their policy goals. 

Allyce Trapp works closely with clients on researching, planning, and executing government relations strategies at the local and state levels in Louisiana. She is a savvy, experienced communicator who successfully develops relationships at multiple levels of government, including municipal agencies, city councils, and stage agencies, as well as with other stakeholders. 

With proven communications experience, Allyce is skilled at improving clients’ community relations and developing messaging for key government relations initiatives. She understands the importance of building consensus and connecting ideas and people to help her clients move forward and reach their goals. Allyce’s broad range of service offerings include research, strategy development, event coordination, media relations, and client communications.

Allyce brings vast government relations experience to Adams and Reese. She is the former Director of Governmental Affairs for the Home Builders Association of Greater Baton Rouge. In that role, she developed and managed a long-term government relations strategy to increase the Association’s visibility and grow its presence through legislative advocacy and grants. Allyce is also a former Associate of a full-service issues management communications firm., where she gained a robust knowledge of the Louisiana Legislature and crisis communications.

 Disclaimer: Allyce Trapp is not licensed to practice law.

Education

  • Louisiana State University, M.A., 2020, Mass Communications – Political Communication
  • Louisiana State University, B.A., 2016, Communications – Public Relations

Community Involvement

  • St. Louis Infant Center, Volunteer
  • Baton Rouge Animal Shelter, Volunteer
  • American Cancer Society, Volunteer
  • Louisiana Girls State (2011)

Acknowledgements

LSU Student Government Trailblazer Award (2014–2015)

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

  • Louisiana Association of Business & Industry Emerging Leaders Council (2020–2021)
  • Forum 225