Jolie Robichaux is the outreach coordinator for the Human Development Center. After receiving her Bachelor’s in Public Relations from the LSU Manship School of Mass Communication, she gained experience in digital marketing, event production, and outreach initiatives that support individuals with developmental disabilities.
Jolie is driven by outcomes that connect the community with services and resources that enhance quality of life and wellbeing, and so, she works hard to create accessible outreach campaigns targeting those who need it most. Her highest priority at the HDC is to strengthen its influence across Louisiana and within the UCEDD network by highlighting the HDC’s unique regional characteristics that shape its excellent services and success stories. She is also eager to nurture an identity within HDC to better bind its initiative areas together.
You can find Jolie bopping around HDC’s halls to learn about the initiatives’ latest developments or managing HDC’s social media pages in her office at room 473 – please visit! When she’s off the clock, you can find Jolie eating Cajun boiled crabs when they’re in season or dancing in a crowd when it’s safe to do so (bio was written during COVID-19 lockdown). Otherwise, Jolie is happily at home with her partner and two cats in Bayou St. John.