U.S. Congress, Trump Administration, and State Government officials are in the most complicated position ever to initiate and pass important legislative and regulatory reforms. This means the reliance of creative and innovative approaches are essential in solving today's complex legislative and regulatory measures.
As President Trump mapped out his 2018 agenda during the State of the Union address, he focused primarily on:
If your business seeks to play a role on these important issues or in the policy making process and CEO thought leadership platform phase, call me to discuss an effective strategy.
In addition, the global media are also in constant need of finding 'thought leaders' to complete story lines and publications on top domestic and global issues. Call me and let's discuss the strategy on messaging content and arranging interviews with print and broadcast media.
Neil has served as a top and most trusted crisis communications professional to CEO's, Board of Directors, A-list celebrities, athletes, and many more.
Neil Dhillon is an also award-winning public affairs and communications strategist with strong, bi-partisan working relations with leaders in the U.S. Congress and Executive Branch, as well as policy and business leaders in Europe, Canada, Asia, Africa, and Middle East.
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What started as a small town newspaper delivery boy in high school transcended into a senior legislative role in the White House.
Neil began his path toward public policy and politics at American University in Washington, DC. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and began his public service and government relations career on Capitol Hill, starting as an intern and working his way up to Chief of Staff, all before age 27. He served as the most trusted advisor for a senior Member of Congress from California who served on the powerful Ways and Means Tax-Writing Committee.
From Capitol Hill he headed to the White House, where he was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of Government Affairs at the U.S. Department of Transportation. The President officially recognized him as one of his top Asian American appointees in a White House ceremony.
After his service in the White House, he moved onto an illustrious career in the private sector. He started at the American Academy of Actuaries, where he worked as Head of Media and Public Affairs, and then as Senior Vice President of Hill & Knowlton International Public Relations. During his six years with this lobbying and governmental affairs firm, it won “Agency of the Year” six times.
He successfully led two other global public affairs agencies to strong financial growth with added capabilities of top-tier lobbying activities across the globe.
Globally, Neil has represented financial, government, and trade groups in Canada, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Most recently, Neil served as Spokesperson and Head of International Relations for the world's largest oil and gas company in the Middle East.
For 20 years, he has been solving complex legislative and regulatory issues, and sharing the impact directly with the global media (television, print, and social media).
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Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East
Appropriations, Financial Services
Energy & Commerce (Oil & Gas)
Tax reform, Intellectual Property
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