Drew Maloney brings deep experience on Capitol Hill to his work on behalf of his Ogilvy Government Relations clients. Drew Maloney joined Ogilvy Government Relations after serving as Administrative Assistant and Legislative Director for the Republican House Majority Whip. While working in Leadership, Drew Maloney managed the Whip’s congressional office and played an integral part in formulating the energy, judiciary, commerce and campaign finance reform policy initiatives.
Prior to joining Leadership staff, Drew Maloney was Legislative Director to Congressman Ed Bryant (R-TN), where he handled duties before the Judiciary and Commerce Committees. As Bryant’s counsel on judiciary matters, Drew Maloney helped conduct the interview of Monica Lewinsky and managed the impeachment proceedings. Prior to Bryant, he worked for Congressman Roger Wicker (R-MS), where he handled energy policy and appropriations issues.
Drew Maloney’s political experience includes working on several campaigns at the congressional and state level. He acted as Political Director for Carlyle Gregory Company, providing political consulting services for national congressional campaigns, including Representatives Roger Wicker, Rick Lazio, Dan Miller and Clay Shaw.
Drew Maloney holds a B.A. in political science from Randolph-Macon College and a J.D. from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law.more » « less
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