Grayson Lands at Frost Brown Todd, CivicPoint
Former Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Trey Grayson has a new gig.
Grayson joined prominent law firm Frost Brown Todd and the firm's government relations subsidiary, CivicPoint. He will hold dual roles as a member of FBT in the Florence office and as a principal at CivicPoint.
“In many ways, this is like a homecoming for me as I’ll be working alongside many good friends, past colleagues and mentors,” Grayson said in a news release. “Joining Frost Brown Todd allows me to continue my path as a problem solver, whether as an attorney working on legal issues, or as a lobbyist on issue advocacy. The firm has an impressive roster of legal and government relations professionals across a large footprint, with a particularly strong presence in this region. I’m honored to remain in Northern Kentucky and to work in the office that was founded by the late Bill Robinson, my good friend and mentor, who was an outstanding leader of our community.”
Grayson resigned from his position as president and CEO of the Northern Kentucky Chamber in early June after three years.
He was elected Secretary of State in 2003 and 2007, resigning in his second term to be director of Harvard University's Institute of Politics in 2011. He returned to the region to take the top job at the Chamber in 2014.
“As Frost Brown Todd continues to expand our mission as a voice and advocate for the Greater Cincinnati and Kentucky business community, Trey Grayson will be invaluable in serving our client needs, both as an attorney and as a government relations professional through our affiliate CivicPoint,” said FBT Chairman John R. Crockett, III. “Whatever role he has assumed, from public service in Frankfort, to leading the Northern KY Chamber, to a prominent position at Harvard University, Trey has earned a reputation for integrity and advancing the interests of economic growth in his community.”