Nick Muzin has served at the highest levels of Republican politics, as Chief of Staff to two current U.S. Senators, Director of Coalitions for the House Republican Majority, and Senior Advisor to a presidential campaign. The New York Times has called him one of "Washington's most influential deal-makers" and The Jerusalem Post has called his work "jaw-dropping.
Nick’s first job in politics came while he took a semester off of law school to serve as Counsel for the Republican National Committee on the re-election of President George W. Bush. In 2008, Nick was Senior Medical Advisor to the presidential campaign of Senator John McCain (R-AZ).
In 2010, Nick managed the rise of now-Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), who was elected as the first black Republican from the South since Reconstruction. With Nick serving as Chief of Staff, Tim was elected leader of the tea party class of 87 freshmen members of Congress and was subsequently appointed to the Senate to fill the seat of Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC).
From 2013-2014, Nick served as Director of Coalitions for the House Republican Conference, under the leadership of Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA). In this position, Nick coordinated strategy and outreach for all 234 Republican members of Congress.
In July 2014, Nick was named Senior Advisor & Deputy Chief of Staff to Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). He also served as Senior Advisor on the Presidential campaign, which The Washington Post called “the best run campaign of 2016.”
In the summer of 2016, Nick began working with the Trump campaign on coalitions, fundraising, and political outreach in swing states, culminating in a series of events with then-candidate Donald Trump. After the election, Nick worked with the Transition Team to help recruit candidates for the new Administration.
Nick has a law degree from Yale Law School, a medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and a B.A. from Yeshiva University.
Alex Shively has served in Congress for 15 years for Members of both the House and Senate including Senators Saxby Chambliss and Elizabeth Dole, as well as Chairmen Tom Price and Chris Cox in the House.
While in Congress, he led policy and legislative efforts on a wide range of issues including telecom, energy and financial services. Alex also worked for the Republican Study Committee.
Having run a number of campaigns, he has extensive expertise in grassroots organization, community outreach and strategic communications, and has demonstrated success at the local, state and federal level. Alex continues to be on the cutting-edge of public policy, working with candidates and coalitions to more effectively communicate positions and to better organize local activists to participate in the legislative and electoral process. His background in management, including the development, communication and execution of winning policy and legislative strategies is instrumental in meeting clients’ short- and long-term goals.
In addition to political and campaign experience, he has also led the government affairs department of a national trade organization, where he spear-headed strategic policy efforts on a wide range of legislative interests on the Hill, in state legislatures and abroad. His work includes successfully navigating the needs of the organization’s diverse membership in order to reach consensus across complex and varied interests. He has a strong understanding of the legislative and regulatory process and continues to maintain strong relationships on both sides of the aisle, as well as on Pennsylvania Avenue.
In his personal time, Alex and his wife, Bethany, share a passion for foster care and adoption, advocating for greater community participation, stronger tax incentives, and a more streamlined process toward family permanency.
Eric Robson is the former Ambassador of the Republic of Madagascar to the United States and the former Chief Executive Officer of the Economic Development Board of Madagascar. His area of expertise covers diplomacy, international development, trade, investment, and competitiveness specifically in emerging markets.
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During his 11 years at the EDBM, he spearheaded investment promotion and facilitation and routinely advised the Presidency on economic development. He worked with hundreds of companies around the world to facilitate increased business activity in Madagascar and lead the implementation of dozens of key reforms to the Malagasy business climate. He has extensive experience working in sectors as disparate as agribusiness, tourism, energy, information and communications technology, textiles, and mining. He also has strong working relationships with key international organizations, including the World Bank/IFC, the African Development Bank, and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization.
Eric holds a Master’s degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management, focusing on International Marketing Strategy and a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina. He is fluent in English, French, and Malagasy.
James Frinzi has worked for Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Senator James Lankford (R-OK). His practice focuses on state-level work, particularly in Texas, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin, where he enjoys strong relationships with Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX), Governor Mary Fallin (R-OK), and Governor Scott Walker (R-WI).
On the federal level, James has worked closely with Senator John Cornyn (R-TX), and Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul (R-TX), on issues involving education, homeland security, energy and taxation. He has also worked with the Office of Vice President Mike Pence in the fields of education and energy.Read More + Read Less -
Morgan Neuhoff worked as a State Association Advocacy Manager for the National Association of Convenience Stores where she developed and executed programs that supported over 130 state and community associations in the convenience store industry.
Previously, Morgan managed federal and state/local issues at BoatUS, tracking and advocating on behalf of recreational boating activities. Prior to BoatUS, Morgan worked on Capitol Hill, initially for Congressman Mick Mulvaney (R-SC) and later for Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC). Morgan has a J.D. from Ohio Northern University and a B.A. in Government from Wofford College.Read More + Read Less -
Natalie More worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, in the Office of Inspector General. Previously, she interned for the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee, where she researched federal information technology issues, and for Mayor John Cranley of Cincinnati.
Natalie recently earned a B.A. in Government from Cornell University. On campus, she was Editor In Chief for the Undergraduate Law Review and was involved in the operations of Cornell Blockchain.Read More + Read Less -