Neil Dhillon: Department of Transportation

Neil Dhillon is an eminently qualified former official of the United States government. In his tenure at the U.S. Department of Transportation, Neill Dhillon was honored as a top Asian-American Political Appointee during the Clinton Administration. For many years, Neil Dhillon has established significant experience in the area of public affairs, crisis communications, strategic communications, media relations, policy, public policy government, message development, as well as corporate communications.

While serving as a Congressional Chief of Staff for Bob Matsui, Neil Dhillon was committed to cultivating and sustaining relationships throughout Washington, D.C. Neil Dhillon is familiar with utilizing his public sector experience to serve a numberhigh-profile D.C. based consulting and lobbying firms such as Financial Dynamics, Ruder Fin, MSL Group, Hill & Knowlton, American Academy of Actuaries, U.S. Dept. of Transportation, and the office of U.S. Congressman Bob Matsui (D-CA).

Neil Dhillon

Neil Dhillon

Over and over again, Neil Dhillon has exemplified management expertise in a number of positions, including his most recent role at MSOUHP where he served as the Managing Director of the firm.

In his service for former US congressman Bob Matsui, Neil Dhillon worked extensively in his duties as an appointee to the congressman’s Transportation Department. Neil Dhillon was committed to ensuring that the objectives of the Department of Transportation, including its responsibility to ensure the fast, safe, and convenient transportation system met standards both state and federal, where carried out efficiently and effectively.

Neil Dhillon has diligently served in his focus of making the system a better one for every U.S. citizen.


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