Troy Ransdell
Year
2019
Chapter
Position
Cushman & Wakefield, Transaction Management Coordinator

Troy Ransdell is a graduate of Western Kentucky University. After graduating Troy spent four years assisting on political campaigns. In 2009 he moved from politics to a career in banking. Troy was a proud associate at PNC Bank. He spent 7 years working as a fraud investigator, working on money laundering, identity theft, and check fraud. Excellent skills to develop when your passion is politics.

In 2016 Troy joined the corporate real estate team at PNC specializing in lending. From 2011 to 2017 he served on the PNC Financial Empowerment Team. Troy taught basic financial literacy at the Volunteers of America Family Emergency Shelter. In 2016 Deborah Williams and Troy Ransdell won the Joe Belew Award from the Consumer Bankers Association for PNC Bank. The award is given to financial institutions who show innovative solutions when addressing pressing social and community issues.

Troy was a part of the inaugural class of individuals to go through the Louisville Metro Community Financial Empowerment Certification. That means Troy is a licensed financial educator helping on behalf of the city. In addition, he helped craft the curriculum for the Start Fresh! course offered through Bank on Louisville. Troy has taught hundreds the importance of sound fiscal responsibility.

Through his work in homeless outreach Troy was asked to join the board of the Louisville Coalition for the Homeless. For three years Troy has worked to help the neglected in his community. He worked alongside many dedicated individuals helping to make lives better for Louisville’s homeless population.

In 2017 Troy left PNC to join a real estate team at Cushman & Wakefield. His office manages the real estate portfolio for Humana Inc. It’s a dynamic responsibility because Humana has offices across the country. The responsibility for finding and maintaining each property is all housed out of this office.

After the 2016 election Troy realized he had to get involved in politics again. He became a legislative district chair for the 31st House District. He joined the Executive Committee for the Louisville Metro Democratic Party as well. Seeing that future elections will be won or lost in the suburbs Troy founded the Floyds Fork Democratic Club to mobilize voters in Eastern Jefferson Co. Troy is committed to building a new Democratic Community of voters and crafting a message of cooperation among those anxious about our political future in Kentucky.