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Matthew Spradley is a governmental affairs consultant and has been working in this field since 2009. Currently, he is Vice President of Spradley & Spradley, Inc., responsible for the legislative and regulatory issues of more than a dozen companies and organizations. He previously worked in the Office of Boards and Commissions for Governor Bobby Jindal. Matthew has been an integral part of passing legislation for various clients on issues ranging from agricultural policy to workers’ compensation policy, and has gained significant experience with elections, fundraising, and regulatory policy. Matthew also manages the Parkinson’s’ Disease Therapy Foundation where he is in charge of fundraising and the financials. He is actively involved in the business community, serving on several committees for the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, including the Employee Relations Committee and Education and Workforce Committee. He is also a member of the Baton Rouge Area Chamber where he sits on its Legislative Committee and Workforce Committee. Matthew graduated from LSU with a B.A. of Political Science in 2009. He earned his Masters of Business Administration in 2014. Matthew played Varsity Baseball at Bossier Parish Community College in Bossier City, LA. He is a Baton Rouge native and attended Runnels High School.