Vice President of Research
Kelly Sullivan manages the research division for inVeritas including corporate research; jury selection and litigation support matters; legislative analysis and bill tracking; opposition and self-research; and political action committee management. A licensed attorney, Kelly helps clients navigate legal, regulatory, and corporate issues in a variety of sectors, including energy, healthcare, and technology.
In her role as vice president of research, Kelly provides due diligence research on potential investors, board members, employees and business acquisitions for corporate clients. Her political research clients include gubernatorial races, congressional campaigns, mayoral races, state legislative races, and campaigns for attorney general. She has managed jury research for high profile federal cases, including a case in which six defendants were acquitted on all 27 charges.
Kelly’s political experience includes work on a presidential campaign; time at a state political party office; and directing policy, research, and debate preparation for congressional campaigns.
She started her career as an associate with Global Strategy Group, where she assisted in legislative analysis, grassroots and issue-advocacy campaigns, crisis management and communications operations.
A native of Camden, Kelly graduated magna cum laude from the University of Central Arkansas, where she was a member of the Honors College. Kelly earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and is admitted to the Arkansas State Bar.
Kelly and her husband reside in Little Rock. She serves as board secretary of the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Pulaski County.