Policy Manager

Neil Dhillon has spent the better part of three decades in the political world of Washington, DC. He currently works for NA Consulting Services as a lobbyist and Global Public Affairs Professional, managing the public policies and government relations of numerous Fortune 500 companies, trade groups, and foreign governments.

Dhillon uses his experience in national and state politics to provide expert insight on the legislative process, and regulatory reform. He also influences policy leaders by leveraging his nuanced understanding of public opinion.

Neil DhillonNeil Dhillon graduated from The American University in Washington, DC with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science in 1984. From 1988 to 1993, he was the Chief of Staff to the late US Congressman Robert Matsui. Soon after that, Dhillon worked in the Department of Transportation. President Bill Clinton named Dhillon Senior Aide and a top political appointee in a special White House ceremony.

Neil Dhillon has spent thirty years in the political scene in Washington. After his service in the Clinton Administration, he became a lobbyist. He worked for the American Academy of Actuaries, serving as the Director of Media and Public Affairs. In 1998, he went on to Hill and Knowlton, an international consulting firm, where he was named Senior Vice President. Each year during Dhillon’s six-year stint at Hill and Knowlton, the firm won “Agency of the Year”. While there, Dhillon managed a large, talented staff and directed daily outreach and lobbying efforts to the White House and both houses of the United States Congress.

Visit his other blog for more details about Neil Dhillon.

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