Lobbyist and Strategist

He is a Global Public Affairs professional and lobbyist with a background in insider political knowledge. He has been in the war rooms of big time politicians such as former Congressman from California Bob Matsui as his Chief of Staff. He was appointed to Senior Aide by former President Bill Clinton. Today, he works for the illustrious NA Consulting Services firm, specializing in strategic management, public affairs and advocacy, legislative affairs, and media and crises communications. He strives to provide his clients at NA Consulting with insight on long-term legislative processes, regulatory reform, and using public opinion to influence policy leaders.

In a special White House ceremony in 1993, President Bill Clinton cited Dhillon as one of his best Asian American political appointees. Dhillon received such an honor because of his dedication and hard-working nature. He used his time in the White House to gain a familiarity with how the executive branch works and the effects of bureaucracy and Presidential politics on individuals as well as companies. The Indian American community considers him a leader because of his high position in the national political scene.

Neil Dhillon

He also worked as the Director of Media and Public Affairs at the American Academy of Actuaries, a prestigious professional association, and as Senior Vice President at Hill & Knowlton, a worldwide consulting firm with nearly 90 offices in 49 countries. There, he managed a large, talented policy staff and directed daily communication with the White House and United States Congress. Under his leadership, Hill & Knowlton was named “Agency of the Year” for six straight years.

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