|In addition to being an executive at Lamar, Reilly has served in leadership positions on numerous non-profit and community boards and institutions, including the Board of the Louisiana Recovery Authority, the State agency charged with crafting Louisiana’s long term recovery response to hurricane disasters. He currently serves on the LSU Foundation Board, the Committee of 100 for Economic Development, the Board of The Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana, and the Board of Visitors of the LSU Manship School of Mass Communications, where he taught as an adjunct professor. He also serves on the Executive Committee of the statewide governmental reform effort Blueprint Louisiana. Reilly is a member of the Young Presidents Organization, serves on the Board of Reserve Telephone Company, Inc. and on the Board of the Baton Rouge Area Chamber.
Louisiana’s Governor Bobby Jindal appointed Reilly to the Postsecondary Education Commission where he served as Vice-Chairman. He was also appointed by Governor Jindal to the Louisiana Innovation Council, a new Board within the Department of Economic Development charged with building a new economy for Louisiana. Mr. Reilly also chaired Governor-Elect Jindal’s Advisory Council on Ethics Reform. He also serves as Co-Chairman of Louisiana’s Flagship Coalition, a statewide group of business and civic leaders advancing the flagship mission and agenda of Louisiana State University.
A featured speaker at the 2013 OAAA/TAB National Convention & Trade Show, Reilly will speak alongside Rick Robinson, as they share their insights about the out of home business and help direct education throughout the national convention program.