Feb 18, 2011
McConnell Promotes UC Graduate & D.C Resident Neil Chatterjee
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell from legislative aid within the senator’s personal office to a policy advisor in the senator’s leadership office.
Since 2009, Neil has served as a legislative assistant advising McConnell on energy and agriculture issues. In his new role, he will focus on agriculture, energy, environmental and transportation issues in the jurisdiction of the Agriculture, Energy and EPW committees.
According to Washington, D.C. Newspaper, Roll Call, McConnell explained that Neil and another recently promoted staff member, “will provide continuity on our policy staff and help ensure that Kentuckians and the Conference are well-served.”
“I’m confident they will have an immediate and important impact on our team and on behalf of my constituents.” McConnell said.
Neil is as graduate of UC's College of Law. Previously, he worked as counsel to the House Republican Conference under former Chairwoman Deborah Pryce, R-Ohio.
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