Allison W. Keller, SVP Corporate Affairs & Human Resources, PGA TOUR

Official PGA TOUR Staff HeadshotAllison W. Keller joined the PGA TOUR in 1999. She is Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs & Human Resources.  In her Corporate Affairs role, she works with the Office of the Commissioner and the TOUR’s executive team to advance business priorities, and she serves as liaison for the Office of the Commissioner.  In her HR leadership role, Ms. Keller is responsible for aligning the TOUR’s people practices with the PGA TOUR’s overall global business strategy. Her team is responsible for ensuring that the PGA TOUR recruits, retains, and motivates its highly talented workforce to execute its business strategy, and maintains a culture consistent with the PGA TOUR’s core values. In her HR role, Ms. Keller oversees the PGA TOUR’s state-of-the-art employee wellness program – TOURhealth — which is designed to increase employee wellbeing in four areas: physical, emotional, financial, and community. Her previous roles with the TOUR include Vice President — Human Resources, Assistant General Counsel, and Executive Director — PGA TOUR Player Anti-Doping Program. Prior to joining the PGA TOUR, Ms. Keller represented fortune 50 companies in employment, labor and commercial litigation matters for national law firms. Ms. Keller graduated with honors from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, and with high honors from the University of Central Florida.  While in college, Ms. Keller was awarded a position with the University Office of Government Relations given to top performing political science majors, working with state legislators to advance the university’s legislative priorities.

Allison Keller has two daughters, Gabrielle and Anna Grace, and is married to Charles (“Chip”) Keller. She is an active volunteer with the Sanctuary on 8th Street, an after school program for at-risk school children in Jacksonville, Florida.  Ms. Keller is also a volunteer attorney for Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, providing legal representation to indigent citizens of St. Johns County, Florida.