Kellie Doucette began her career in the health policy field, and went on to work for many years as an actuary in the individual disability and long-term care reinsurance markets in the United States and Bermuda. In 2016 she shifted her focus to politics, starting with local political campaigns. Kellie eventually accepted a position as the Constituency Director on her first congressional campaign in NJ-11 in 2018, helping to flip a seat from Republican to Democrat with the largest margin in the country.
Since 2019, Kellie has served as the District Director for New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District, overseeing the operations of the District Office, coordinating with the legislative team in DC, and managing constituent and political outreach. In this role, she has worked with local officials on a bipartisan basis to identify and address a wide variety of issues such as flooding, water infrastructure, superfund remediation, public safety, housing affordability, mental health, reproductive health, economic development, veterans health care, and support for the local military installation. Her responsibilities also include oversight of the strategic planning and budget processes for the team.
Kellie received her AB in Economics from Harvard in 1992 and completed her Associateship of the Society of Actuaries in 1999. Kellie is also a member of the Board of Trustees of St. Andrew’s School in Delaware, of which she is a proud alumna, serving as Chair of the Advancement Committee and a member of the Finance Committee.