Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Denise Wilson: White House Office of Legislative Affairs

Denise Wilson is a member of President Barack Obama's legislative affairs team, which collaborates with congressional leaders from both parties to advance an agenda that will turn this economy around, put Americans back to work, and safeguard our national security. The legislative affairs team helps to carry that mission forward—and ensure that the voices of congressional leaders and their constituents are being heard in the White House.

Denise Wilson served for over 10 years as a Professional Staff Member for the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee under the leadership of former Chairman and Ranking Member Henry A. Waxman (D-CA). Wilson’s areas of expertise included postal reform and federal workforce issues. She has also worked in various capacities, including energy and environmental matters for former Representatives Cardiss Collins (D-IL) on the House Government Operations Committee; William “Bill” Clay Sr. (D-MO) on the House Post Office and Civil Service Committee; Herman Badillo (D-NY); and James Symington (D-MO). Wilson also worked as manager of Government Relations for Motorola, Inc., in Washington.

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