Jessica Keasler says she is now officially a “Baton Rouge local”, having been here for 15 years, escaping the cold north. She loves all things Louisiana, and cheers for LSU, unless they are playing Alabama in football. She has been very involved in volunteering with community organizations, she held numerous leadership positions in both community-based and technical/professional organizations both regionally in Baton Rouge and Statewide. Through her involvement with Baton Rouge’s largest young professional organization, Forum 35, she volunteered her time for many non-profit organizations doing great things for the community.


Focusing her philanthropic endeavors to align with her passions, she spends time with organizations serving the Arts, specifically dance, and on STEM Education. When Jessica isn’t serving her community through these organizations, she spends her free time crafting, reading, baking, writing short stories, and brunching.


A native of Baton Rouge, Jessica Trepagnier attended Louisiana State University where she graduated with a B.A. in Communications and Business Administration 2008 and her MBA in 2014.

Jessica currently is the Manager of Community Development & Marketing for Aetna Better Health of Louisiana, where she leads all of the community engagement and marketing efforts for the state. Jessica is an candidate for her Master of Public Health and still resides in Baton Rouge with her dog Bear. She is an avid LSU sports fan, loves to entertain for her family and friends, and spends her free time playing tennis and running at BREC parks, and exploring the great arts and culture of Baton Rouge.