Neil Dhillon: The Importance of Public Service

Neil Dhillon has served the public in multiple capacities, but he is mostly known for his service in two high-profile and notable positions. As the Chief of Staff for Congressman Bob Matsui between 1988 and 1993, Neil Dhillon provided superlative communications, scheduling and staff management for a high-profile public representative. As a the politically-appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of Government Affairs for the U.S. Department of Transportation from 1993 to 1994, Neil Dhillon was honored as a top Asian American appointee at a White House ceremony.

Neil Dhillon

Neil Dhillon

It is safe to say that Neil Dhillon has many years of experience in the public sector. He understands how important public service can be to the function of an effective and representative democracy. Neil Dhillon hopes to serve as an example of service and dedication to those aspiring to make a difference for their fellow Americans.
Neil Dhillon understands that while many people may be jaded or cynical about Washington D.C. politics, there are also many people in Washington who provide valuable public service and are committed to working for the public good. Neil Dhillon was a dedicated public servant who genuinely cared about providing the public with service that produced real and positive results for the American public. He understands that one person can make a difference in Washington D.C.

Neil Dhillon has used what he has learned during his time in the public sector to provide expert consulting and strategic communications services to high profile clients. He is devoted to the application of his skill and experience to the service of influential people and organizations. Neil Dhillon provides a voice to those seeking to be heard in the Beltway.


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