Neil Dhillon

Strategic Communications


Washington, DC

(202) 550-1243 Twitter@NeilDhillon1

About Neil Dhillon

Strategic Communications

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U.S. Congress, Trump Administration, and State Government officials are in the most precarious position ever to initiate and pass meaningful legislative and regulatory reforms.  This means the reliance of creative and innovative approaches are essential in solving today's complex legislative and regulatory measures. 


That brings us to thought leadership and strategic communications, providing you an innovative and impactful communications platform that blaze new trails in the U.S. and globally.


With 10+ years experience in public policy and strategic communications, I can help you create and execute world-class communication strategies to educate and influence markets about new solutions and technologies.




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Neil's Journey

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My first job was a newspaper delivery boy in a small town but my life's vision was public service and passion for all things communications. With hard work and a commitment to public service, I was able to serve in senior communications and legislative roles in the U.S. Congress and White House.


I began my path toward public policy at American University in Washington, DC.  Upon graduation with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, I embarked on my career on Capitol Hill, starting as an intern and working my way up to Chief of Staff and Press Secretary.  I 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, I headed to the White House, where I was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of Government Affairs at the U.S. Department of Transportation.  The President officially recognized me as one of his top Asian American appointees in a White House ceremony.


After this service in the White House, I transitioned to a business management career in the private sector.  I worked at the American Academy of Actuaries, where I served as Head of Media and Public Affairs, and then as Senior Vice President of Hill & Knowlton International Public Relations. During my six years at Hill & Knowlton, our team won “Agency of the Year” multiple times.


I also led two other global public affairs agencies to strong financial growth with added capabilities of crisis communications across the globe.


Globally, I have represented corporate and foreign governments in Canada, Europe, Asia, Middle East, and Africa.  


Most recently, I served as Spokesperson and Head of International Relations for a leading global energy company.


For 15+ years, I have worked hard for companies in solving complex legislative and regulatory issues, and working daily with today's leading global journalists (television, print, and social media).


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Get Started Today To Win!

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Services:


External & Internal Communications

Strategic Communications

Strategic Thinking

Master Storytelling 

Social Media 

Spokesperson

Corporate & Crisis Media Training

Problem-Solving

Thought Leadership

Marketing

Branding

Editorial 

Press Releases, Op-Eds

B2B

B2C

Relations with Global Media

Global Markets

Government Relations (Bi-Partisan)




Policy Expertise:

Appropriations, Financial Services

Federal Budget

Education

Energy & Commerce

Tax reform, Intellectual Property

Health Care (Food, Drug, Tech)

Defense & Technology

Cyber Security

Data Privacy

Telecommunications

Transportation & Infrastructure

Science & Technology

International Trade

Tax


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Strategic Communications & Public Policy

1133 15th Street, Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20005, United States

(202) 550-1243

Hours

Monday - Friday:   8:00am - 8:00pm

Saturday/Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm