Trey Grayson

Trey Grayson

Trey Grayson is a partner of the Florence, Kentucky office of the law firm Frost Brown Todd.

Trey served as a two-term Secretary of State for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The youngest secretary of state in the country at the time of his election, he served as President of the National Association of Secretaries of State and the Chair of the Republican Association of Secretaries of State.

Trey continues to be recognized as a national leader in election modernization, including serving on the bipartisan Presidential Commission on Election Administration. He currently serves on the boards of Unite America and The Center for Election Innovation and Research and works with several additional organizations, including the Secure Elections Project, the National Task Force on Election Crises, and National Council on Election Integrity. He also serves on the advisory boards for States United Democracy Center, Issue One, the Election Official Legal Defense Network, the Safeguarding Democracy Project, and the National Institute for Civil Discourse.

After leaving the Secretary of State’s office, Trey served as the Director of Harvard University’s Institute of Politics from 2011-2014, before returning home to become President & CEO of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Trey is very active in local civic and charitable organizations, including as serving as immediate past chair of Aviatra, an accelerator for women-owned businesses, and as current board chair of the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program.

Trey and his wife, Nancy, reside in Boone County, Kentucky and have two daughters, Alex and Kate. He received an A.B. with honors from Harvard College in 1994 and a JD/MBA from the University of Kentucky in 1998.