Neil Dhillon: The American University

Neil Dhillon graduated from The American University in Washington with a degree in Political Science. He has gone on to serve in positions at the State and National levels. Beginning in 1988, Neil Dhillon was the Chief of Staff to United States Congressman Bob Matsui, a California democrat, a position he held until 1993. Congressman Matsui valued Neil Dhillon for his advice and his dedication. Neil Dhillon provided the services and the support the congressman needed in order to be an effective representative.

In 1993, Neil Dhillon was named to a position in the Department of Transportation by then-President Bill Clinton. The President recognized Neil Dhillon as a top political appointee in a White House ceremony.

Neil Dhillon

Neil Dhillon

Neil Dhillon learned much from his experience in politics, and has gone on to develop a successful career in government affairs, lobbying and consulting. He owes much of his success to his experience as a high-profile Chief of Staff, and at the Transportation Department. After his years in the Clinton Administration, Neil Dhillon became the Director of Media and Public Affairs for the American Academy of Actuaries. He held that position until 1998, when he moved on the Hill & Knowlton, an international consulting firm. Neil Dhillon was there for six years as a Senior Vice President, and led the business to be named “Agency of the Year” for six consecutive years. Neil Dhillon managed a large policy staff and directed daily outreach to the White House and the United States Congress.

Neil Dhillon is currently working in Strategic Communications and Government Relations at NA Consulting Services.

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