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Lorrie Platt Trustee

Lorrie Platt

Platt, who received a bachelor of science in organizational communication from Ohio University in 1993, is the manager of communications and legislative affairs for the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana (OKI) Regional Council of Governments, a metropolitan planning organization dedicated to improving transportation infrastructure for its 193 member jurisdictions.

In her role, she is advisor to the CEO in matters related to transportation policy and is the primary conduit to the region’s federal legislative delegation. Additionally, she manages fundraising activities, public outreach & education along with internal and external communication.

Prior to joining OKI, she held community outreach roles at the former Horseshoe Casino in Cincinnati and was a founding member of the Reds Community Fund and director of community relations for the Cincinnati Reds baseball club (13 seasons). Earlier in her career she worked for Great American Insurance, an opportunity secured due to campus recruitment in Athens.

In her free time, she enjoys interior design, reading and volunteering for animal causes. 

Term Ends: 2029