Americans Abroad Caucus Members
Dina Titus (D-NV), Co-Chair; titus.house.gov
Congresswoman Dina Titus, first elected to Congress in 2009, currently represents the First Congressional District of Nevada, covering much of Las Vegas and unincorporated Clark County. She has built a strong record of achievement as both an educator and a public servant. She is a member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (and on the Subcommittees for Aviation; Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management; Higways and Transit; and Water Resources and Environment. On the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, she serves as the Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs (DAMA), and is also on the Economic Opportunity Subcommittee. She is also a founding member of the Greek-Israeli Caucus started in 2013 and is currently the only Greek woman in the U.S. Congress
Tel: 202-225-5965; 2464 Rayburn HOB
Maria Elvira Salazar (R-FL), (Former Co-Chair) salazar.house.gov
Congresswoman Salazar represents Florida’s 27th Congressional District, passionately serving the people of South Florida. She currently serves on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs as well as the House Committee on Small Business. She is well-known for her advocacy for Human Rights and democracy around the world, especially for the people of Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, and Nicaragua, as well as for her unabashed support of our global & regional partners such as Israel, Colombia, and Taiwan.
Congresswoman Salazar is a five-time Emmy Award-winning journalist— she has spent her career holding the corrupt and powerful accountable. Congresswoman Salazar has gone toe-to-toe with Venezuela’s Nicolás Maduro, Chile’s Augusto Pinochet, and most notably Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, being the only US Spanish-language journalist to ever interview the tyrant one-on-one. Starting at the age of 22, she has worked for every major US Spanish-language broadcasting network: Telemundo, Univision, AmericaTeve, MegaTV, and CNN en Español.
Tel: 202-225-3931; 1616 Longworth HOB
Don Beyer (D-VA) beyer.house.gov
Congressman Don Beyer is serving his fourth term as the U.S. Representative from Virginia’s 8th District, representing Arlington, Alexandria, Falls Church, and parts of Fairfax County. He serves the Chairman of Congress' Joint Economic Committee, and also serves on the House Committee on Ways and Means, and on the House Committee on Science Space and Technology, where he chairs the Space Subcommittee. He is a Co-Chair of the New Democrat Coalition's Climate Change Task Force.
He was the Lieutenant Governor of Virginia from 1990 to 1998, and subsequently devoted himself to programs aimed at preventing high school dropouts and preventing teen pregnancy, as well as supporting pro-business reforms as Chair of the Virginia Economic Recovery Commission. In 2009 he was appointed as US Ambassador to Switzerland and Liechtenstein from 2009, where he served until 2013; during this period he became particularly sensitized to concerns specific to overseas Americans. Don Beyer was awarded American Citizens Abroad’s Thomas Jefferson Award in 2013.
Tel: 202-225-4376; 1119 Longworth HOB
André Carson(D-IN) carson.house.gov
Congressman Carson was first elected to represent the 7th Congressional District of Indiana (Indianapolis) in 2008. He serves on the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, of which he is Ranking member of the Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management, and member of the Subcommittees on Aviation and on Highways & Transit. He is also a permanent member of the Intelligence Committee (member of the Subcommittees on the CIA and on Emerging Threats). Rep. Carson is committed to improving the quality of and opportunities for education for all, working to ease the tax burden for small businesses and to increase opportunities for minority- and women-owned businesses. During the 113th Congress, Carson served as a Senior Whip for the House Democratic Caucus and as a member of the Congressional Black Caucus’s Executive Leadership Team.
Tel: 202-225-4011; 2135 Rayburn HOB
Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (D-FL) cherfilus-mccormick.house.gov
Congresswoman Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Government from Howard University. In a further pursuit of education, the Congresswoman also earned a Juris Doctorate from St. Thomas University. While in office, she intends to tackle rising unemployment rates, the soaring cost of living, inadequate access to quality health care, and lack of equitable opportunities. As a Haitian American woman in Congress representing one of the largest Haitian communities in the United States, she vows to be a voice for the voiceless representing her beautifully diverse district. Congresswoman Cherfilus-McCormick has established herself within her district as a healthcare executive working up to the position of Chief Executive Officer for Trinity Healthcare Services Inc. She has an established track record within the healthcare industry improving the quality-of-care people needed for nearly two decades.
Tel: 202-225-1313, 2365 Rayburn HOB
James Clyburn (D-SC) clyburn.house.gov
Congressman James E. Clyburn has represented the 6th District of South Carolina since 1993. As Assistant Democratic Leader in the 114th Congress, the number three Democrat in the House, James E. Clyburn is the leadership liaison to the Appropriations Committee, one of the Democratic Caucus' primary liaisons to the White House and Chair of the recently formed House Democrats' Democratic Outreach & Engagement Task Force. As a national leader he has worked to respond to the needs of America's diverse communities.
Tel: 202-225-3315; 274 Cannon HOB
Steven Cohen (D-TN) cohen.house.gov
Congressman Cohen was first elected in 2006 to represent the 9th Congressional District of Tennessee, which includes Memphis and Shelby County. He serves on the House Judiciary Committee, and is member of the Subcommittees on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet and on Constitution and Civil Justice (the latter as Ranking Member). Congressman Cohen is also member of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee (serving on Subcommittees on Aviation, on Highways & Transit and on Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials). In 2011, he was appointed as one of the nine House members on the (Helsinki) Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. He is winner of numerous awards for his public service activities.
Tel: 202-225-3265; 2104 Rayburn HOB
Gerald E. (Gerry) Connolly (D-VA) connolly.house.gov
Congressman Connolly is serving his seventh term representing Virginia’s 11th District, which includes Fairfax and surrounding area. Early in his career, he spent 10 years on the staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, where he handled numerous issues including oversight of international economic issues and policies concerning the Middle East and the United Nations. He has also worked in the non-profit and private sectors for organizations and companies involved in international trade, regulatory matters, and research. Congressman Connolly is a senior member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, serving as the Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Government Operations, and as a member of the Subcommittee on Information Technology. On the Foreign Affairs Committee, Connolly has become a leading voice on foreign assistance reform, war powers, embassy security, and democracy promotion abroad. He also serves on the Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa and the Subcommittee and Asia and the Pacific.
Tel: 202-225-1492; 2238 Rayburn HOB
Sharice Davids (D-KS), davids.house.gov
As a first-generation college student, Sharice Davids worked the entire time she was in college and understood the importance of quality public schools and affordable higher education. It is that foundation that allowed her to go on to a successful career, focused on economic and community development, which included time as a White House Fellow under President Barack Obama.
Davids wants others to have the same opportunities to achieve their goals, which is why she's centered her career on bringing more opportunities to the middle class. In Congress, she's putting Kansans first, working to limit the influence of special interests, and fighting to make health care more affordable and accessible to everyone.
When Davids was sworn into the 116th Congress, she became one of the first two Native American women to serve in Congress. She sits on the Transportation & Infrastructure and Small Business Committees. She's a resident of Roeland Park.
Tel: 202-225-2865; 1541 Longworth HOB
Danny Davis (D-IL), davis.house.gov
In the 117th Congress Representative Davis is resolutely committed to preserving our democracy, protecting social security, maintaining our nation’s gains in civil and human rights, women’s rights, voting rights, protection of the environment, consumer and labor protections, reducing inequality, and ensuring quality, affordable health care for all, while maintaining his long time focus on issues of job creation, poverty, health care, education, youth and criminal justice reform.
Before seeking public office Congressman Davis had productive careers as an educator, community organizer, health planner/administrator and civil rights advocate. He has received hundreds of awards and citations for outstanding work in the areas of health, education, human relations, politics and advocacy including six honorary Doctorate Degrees from well known Colleges and Universities. He has traveled extensively throughout the United States and has spent time in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and in South and Central America.
Born in Parkdale, Arkansas, on September 6, 1941, Congressman Davis moved to the Westside of Chicago in 1961, after having earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Arkansas A.M. & N. College. He subsequently earned both Masters and Doctorate degrees respectively from Chicago State University and the Union Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tel. 202-225-5006; 2159 Rayburn HOB
Adriano Espaillat (D-NY) espaillat.house.gov
First elected to Congress in 2016, Representative Espaillat was sworn into office on January 3, 2017, during the 115th Congress and is serving his third term in Congress.
Representative Espaillat currently serves as a member of the influential U.S. House Committee on Appropriations responsible for funding the federal government’s vital activities to keep the United States safe, strong, and moving forward. Representative Espaillat is also a member of the House Committee on Education and Labor and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC), where he serves in a leadership role as the Second Vice Chair. Representative Espaillat is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, where he serves as Deputy Whip, and he serves as a Senior Whip of the Democratic Caucus. Through his committee assignments and caucus leadership positions, Representative Espaillat helps advance and amplify legislative priorities and accomplishments that aim to improve the lives of families around the nation. Rep. Espaillat is a proud member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated.
Prior to entering elected office, Representative Espaillat served as the Manhattan Court Services Coordinator for the NYC Criminal Justice Agency, a non-profit organization that provides legal services to those in need and works to reduce unnecessary pretrial detention and post-sentence incarceration costs. He later worked as Director of the Washington Heights Victims Services Community Office, an organization offering counseling and other services to families of victims of homicides and other crimes, and as the Director of Project Right Start, a national initiative funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to combat substance abuse by educating the parents of pre-school children.
Tel: 202-225-4365; 2332 Rayburn HOB
Lois Frankel (D-FL) frankel.house.gov
From her days as a working mom and now as what she refers to herself—a working grandmother, Congresswoman Lois Frankel has spent her lifetime delivering positive change to her community as a civic leader, state legislator, mayor, and now Member of the United States House of Representatives. Currently, she sits on the House Appropriations Committee and on the House Committee on Veteran's Affairs, which is personal to her as a proud mom of a brave Marine war veteran.
A trailblazer in the Florida State Legislature, Lois served as the first woman Democratic minority leader. She became a leading force to improve the economic condition of families and seniors and protect human rights and women's reproductive freedom - fights she continues today in Congress as co-chair of the Democratic Women's Caucus.
Tel: 202-225-9690; 2305 Rayburn HOB
Kay Granger (R-TX) kaygranger.house.gov
Since 1997 Congresswoman Granger has represented the 12th Congressional District of Texas, which is located in the North Texas, including the city of Fort Worth and surrounding area. On the House Appropriations Committee, she heads the on State, Foreign Operations Appropriations subcommittee, is vice-chair of the Defense Appropriations subcommittee and member of the subcommittee of Transportation, Housing and Urban Development. Representative Granger co-chairs several Caucuses, including the Working Group for a Working Congress, the Disaster Relief Caucus and the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues.
Tel: 202-225-5071; 1026 Longworth HOB
Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ) grijalva.house.gov
Raúl Grijalva began his career in public service as a community organizer in Tucson. Four decades later, he continues to be an advocate for those in need and a voice for the constituents of his home community. From 1974 to 1986, Raúl served on the Tucson Unified School District Governing Board, including six years as Chairman. In 1988, he was elected to the Pima County Board of Supervisors, where he served for the next 15 years, chairing the Board for two of those years. Raúl resigned his seat on the Board of Supervisors in 2002 to seek office in Arizona’s newly created Seventh Congressional District. Despite a nine-candidate primary and the challenge of being outspent three-to-one by his closest competitor, Raúl was elected with a 20-point victory, thanks to a diverse coalition of supporters that led the largest volunteer-driven election effort in Arizona.
Throughout his career, Raúl has always fought for underrepresented voices. The passions that drove him as a School Board member to fight for and succeed at implementing bilingual education in Arizona are the same passions that motivated him to help pass the first bond package containing a $10 million commitment to reinvest in older, poorer neighborhoods while he was a County Supervisor. Likewise, they are what drive him today as he fights to reform our broken immigration system, ensure livable wages for American workers, and create vital land protections to safeguard our nation’s natural treasures for the next generation.
In 2018, Raúl became Chair of the House Natural Resources Committee. He also serves on the Committee on Education and the Workforce and is the Chairman Emeritus of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, as well as a long-standing member of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
Tel: 202-225-2435; 1511 Longworth HOB
Debbie Lesko (R-AZ), lesko.house.gov
Congresswoman Debbie Lesko represents Arizona’s 8th Congressional District. In May 2018, she was sworn in to the U.S. House of Representatives after winning a special election and was recently reelected for her second full term. For the 117th Congress, Congresswoman Lesko serves on the prestigious House Committee on Energy and Commerce where she serves on the Subcommittee on Energy and the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce.
Congresswoman Lesko was appointed by Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy as Leader Designee to the Republican Steering Committee, the committee tasked with assigning Republican members to the various committees of the House. In addition, she was appointed by Republican Whip Steve Scalise to serve as an Assistant Whip for the 117th Congress. She also serves as a Co-Chair of the Women in STEM Caucus and Co-Chair of the Crime Survivors and Justice Caucus.
For the 116th Congress, Congresswoman Lesko served on the House Judiciary, House Rules, and House Homeland Security Committees. She also served as a Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues.
tel. 202-225-4576; 1214 Longworth HOB
Michael McCaul (R-TX) mccaul.house.gov
Congressman Michael T. McCaul is currently serving his ninth term representing Texas' 10th District in the United States Congress. The 10th Congressional District of Texas stretches from the city of Austin to the Houston suburbs and includes Austin, Bastrop, Colorado, Fayette, Harris, Lee, Travis, Washington and Waller Counties.
At the start of the 116th Congress, Congressman McCaul became the Republican Leader of the Foreign Affairs Committee. This committee considers legislation that impacts the diplomatic community, which includes the Department of State, the Agency for International Development (USAID), the Peace Corps, the United Nations, and the enforcement of the Arms Export Control Act.
A fourth generation Texan, Congressman McCaul earned a B.A. in Business and History from Trinity University and holds a J.D. from St. Mary's University School of Law. In 2009 Congressman McCaul was honored with St. Mary's Distinguished Graduate award. He is also a graduate of the Senior Executive Fellows Program of the School of Government, Harvard University. Congressman McCaul is married to his wife, Linda. They are proud parents of five children: Caroline, Jewell, and the triplets Lauren, Michael, and Avery.
Tel: 202-225-2401; 2001 Rayburn HOB
James McGovern (D-MA) mcgovern.house.gov
Congressman James (Jim) McGovern, first elected to Congress in 1996, represents Massachusetts’s 2nd Congressional District (Worcester and environs). He is second-ranking Democrat on the House Committee on Rules, which sets the terms for debate and amendments on most legislation, and serves on the House Agriculture Committee (as Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Nutrition and member of the Subcommittee on Biotechnology, Horticulture and Research). He co-chairs the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission and chairs the House Hunger Caucus. Rep. McGovern has championed increased grant assistance for college students and their families; he has fought to provide adequate health care; and he has taken a leadership role in the fight against hunger at home and abroad.
Tel: 202-225-6101; 370 Cannon HOB
Jerry Nadler (D-NY), nadler.house.gov
Congressman Jerrold “Jerry” Nadler represents New York’s 10th Congressional District, one of the most dynamic and diverse districts in the country.
Rep. Nadler began his career in public service in 1976 in the New York State Assembly. Representing the Upper West Side, he served as a Democratic Assemblyman for 16 years and played a significant role in shaping New York State law concerning child support enforcement and domestic abuse, as well as making major contributions to housing, transportation and consumer protection policy in the state. In 1992, Rep. Nadler was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in a special election and has served in Congress ever since. He was re-elected to his fourteenth full term in 2018.
The Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Congressman Nadler served as Chairman or Ranking Member of its Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties for 13 years and also served as the Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet. As Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Nadler led two successful impeachments of former President Donald J. Trump, the only person ever impeached twice.
Tel: 202-225-5635; 2132 Rayburn HOB
Grace Napolitano (D-CA) http://napolitano.house.gov
Congresswoman Grace Flores Napolitano has represented California's 32nd District (Los Angeles area) since 1998. She serves on the Committee on Natural Resources, where she is ranking member of the Subcommittee on Water and Power, and on the Transportation and Infrastructure (where she is a senior member of the Subcommittee on Water, Power and Oceans and is on the Subcommittees for Highways and Transit; for Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials. Representative Napolitano is also former Chairwoman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. She belongs to numerous other caucuses, including many related to minority groups.
Tel.: 202-225-5256; 1610 Longworth HOB
Chris Pappas (D-NH), pappas.house.gov
For Congressman Chris Pappas, public service has always been about finding ways to give back to the community that has given him so much. A lifelong resident of Manchester, New Hampshire, Chris was born into a proud Greek-American family. After graduating from Harvard, Chris returned home where he began a career in public service while helping run the 103 year-old family restaurant where he started scooping ice cream and bussing tables at age 14.
As the Chair of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations for the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Chris is committed to holding VA leadership accountable while serving our veterans who have sacrificed so much. He is working to protect whistleblowers who come forward to report waste, fraud, and abuse and to ensure that more veterans can access quality care in their communities. Chris also serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee where he is fighting to modernize our nation’s infrastructure and invest in projects that will create jobs and improve quality of life in New Hampshire.
Before entering the U.S. House of Representatives, Chris served as a member of the state’s Executive Council. In this role he worked with governors of both parties to implement Medicaid expansion, expand treatment and recovery services, approve funding for family planning providers, and support renewable energy and infrastructure projects.
Tel: 202-225-5456; 319 Cannon HOB
Jamie Raskin (D-MD) raskin.house.gov
Congressman Jamie Raskin represents Maryland’s 8th Congressional District since 2017. The district includes parts of Montgomery, Carroll, and Frederick Counties. He is the Vice-Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee, and serves on two Judiciary subcommittees: the Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice; and the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigation. He also serves on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and the Committee on House Administration. Raskin is the Freshman Representative on the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee, the Congressional Progressive Caucus Vice Chair and Liaison to New Members, and a Senior Whip for the House Democratic Caucus.
For more than 25 years, Congressman Raskin has been a professor of constitutional law at American University’s Washington College of Law. He authored several books, including "Overruling Democracy: The Supreme Court versus the American People" and the highly-acclaimed "We the Students: Supreme Court Cases For and About America’s Students."
Prior to his time in Congress, Jamie was a three-term State Senator in Maryland, where he also served as the Senate Majority Whip. Congressman Raskin is a graduate of Harvard University and Harvard Law School. He and his wife, Sarah Bloom Raskin, live in Takoma Park.
Tel: 202-225-5341; 2242 Rayburn HOB
Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan (D-MP) sablan.house.gov
Congressman Sablan has served since 2009 as the first member of Congress from the Northern Mariana Islands. He is on the Education and the Workforce Committee (and its Subcommittees on Eary Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education and on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions).He is also vice-ranking member of the Committee on Natural Resources, and on its Subcommittees for Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs and for Water Power and Oceans. Rep. Sablan is member of several caucuses, including the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission.
Tel: 202-225-2646; 2267 Rayburn HOB
Mary Gay Scanlon (D-PA) scanlon.house.gov
Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon has dedicated her career to serving the most vulnerable — first as a lawyer and now in Congress. She was first sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives on November 13, 2018 following a special election, and currently represents Pennsylvania’s 5th Congressional District.
Congresswoman Scanlon’s legislative priorities include voting rights, access to justice, education, supporting economic growth for her region, common sense gun safety, and ending hunger. All of these priorities align with Congresswoman Scanlon’s main goal as an elected official: protecting and improving the lives of America’s children, families, veterans, and seniors. She currently serves on the House Judiciary Committee, House Committee on Rules, and Committee on House Administration, and chairs the House Caucuses on Access to Legal Aid and Youth Mentoring.
Before her election to the U.S. House of Representatives, Congresswoman Scanlon also served as an attorney at the Education Law Center, president of her local school board, and co-chair of the Voting Rights Task Force of the Association of Pro Bono Counsel. She is a graduate of Colgate University and University of Pennsylvania Law School. The Congresswoman and her husband, Mark, reside in Swarthmore and have three adult children.
Tel: 202-225-2011; 1227 Longworth HOB
Janice Schakowsky (D-IL) schakowsky.house.gov
Congresswoman Schakowsky has represented Illinois' 9th Congressional District since 1998. She serves in the House Democratic Leadership as Chief Deputy Whip and as a member of the Steering and Policy Committee. She is a member of the Energy and Commerce Committee, where she is ranking member of the Subcommittees on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade, and on the Health and the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittees. Schakowsky is a leading advocate for women's issues, health care and senior issues in Congress.
Tel: 202-225-2111; 2367 Rayburn HOB
Eric Swalwell (D-CA), swalwell.house.gov
A leader in the House, Eric Swalwell is co-chair of the Democratic Steering and Policy Committee, which makes committee assignments and sets the caucus' policy agenda. He also founded and is chairman emeritus of Future Forum, a group of almost 50 young Democratic Members of Congress focused on issues and opportunities for millennial Americans including student loan debt and home ownership.
But in keeping with his promise to work across the aisle, in his first term, Congressman Swalwell co-founded the bipartisan United Solutions Caucus to bring new Members together; the group met regularly to advance common-sense solutions and overcome the partisan divide. And in his second term, Swalwell cofounded the bipartisan Sharing Economy Caucus to explore how this burgeoning new economic sector can benefit more Americans.
Congressman Swalwell’s first-term legislative accomplishments included two of his bills signed into law – tied for the most bills signed from any freshman Member of his class – including one that incentivized charitable giving after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines. And, while serving on the Homeland Security Committee in his first term, he led a successful effort opposing a TSA proposal to allow certain knives aboard airplanes and advocated for enhancing airport perimeter security with innovative technological solutions.
Even while addressing national and international issues, Congressman Swalwell remains rooted in the region he represents. He is present and attentive in the district, and was an early leader in adopting social media and video-conferencing technology to stay in constant contact with constituents.
tel: 202-225-5065; 174 Cannon HOB
David Trone (D-MD), trone.house.gov
Congressman David Trone was elected in 2018 to serve Maryland’s Sixth Congressional District, which includes all or part of Montgomery, Frederick, Garrett, Allegany, and Washington Counties. David serves on the House Appropriations and Veterans’ Affairs Committees and the Joint Economic Committee, where he is fighting to make progress on issues that matter to Marylanders, including the opioid epidemic, criminal justice reform, mental health, and funding for medical research.
David grew up on a chicken and hog farm with his mother, a grade school teacher, and his father, a WWII veteran and member of the U.S. Army Reserves. Though the family lost the farm to bankruptcy, David was given an opportunity through education. He earned a Bachelor’s degree from Furman University and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the Wharton School of Business by taking out student loans.
It was in graduate school that he met his wife, June, and opened his first store selling soda and beer. Through a lot of hard work and good fortune, that single store grew into a business with more than 200 stores in over 25 states and 10,000 employees nationwide – 800 of whom are in Montgomery County, Maryland. It is this expertise in business and management that David brings to his time in Congress.
Tel. 202-225-2721; 1110 Longworth HOB
Susan Wild (D-PA) wild.house.gov
The daughter of a journalist and a career Air Force officer, she was born at Wiesbaden Air Force Base in West Germany, and spent her childhood on Air Force bases across our country and around the world—an experience that shaped her lifelong commitment to the families that serve and sacrifice alongside our servicemembers.
Congresswoman Susan Wild has been a member of the Lehigh Valley community for more than 30 years. Her two adult children were born and raised in the Valley, where they attended public schools. Susan built a successful legal practice while raising her two children and became the first woman to be appointed as Allentown City Solicitor. In November 2018, Congresswoman Wild was elected as the first woman to represent Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Congresswoman Wild has been appointed to the House Education and Labor Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee and is committed to fighting for quality, affordable health care for all, an economy that benefits every member of our community, and reforming our political system to return government to the American people.
Tel: 202-225-6411; 1027 Longworth HOB
Joe Wilson (R-SC), (Former Co-Chair) joewilson.house.gov
Congressman Wilson has represented the Second Congressional District of South Carolina since 2001, a district with a rich military tradition with bases in and around Beaufort and Columbia. Throughout his life, he has had a passion to serve his country as a member of the United States armed forces. Before his retirement in 2003 as Colonel in the South Carolina Army National Guard, Congressman Wilson was the only active Guard member service in Congress. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, and is Chairman of its Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities. He is also member of the Tactical Air and Land Forces Subcommittee. He is on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs (member of the Subcommittees on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade and on Middle East and North Africa. Also on the Committee on Education and Workforce, Congressman Wilson is member of the Employment, Labor and Pensions Committee. He also serves as an Assistant Republican Whip.
Tel: 202-225-2452; 1436 Longworth HOB
This list current as of April 2023
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