Brad Green joins Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry staff as Director of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs

The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes Brad Green as the organization’s new Director of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs.

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Brad Green joins the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s legislative affairs department, joining efforts to protect and advance Missouri business by advocating for pro-business legislation and policy in the State Capitol. He works directly with the state’s elected officials to help ensure the business community is represented as proposed laws advance through the legislative process.  He focuses on these issues: Transportation, Health Care and Regulatory Affairs.

Green brings to the Missouri Chamber valuable experience in the legislative arena. Most recently, he served as the legislative director for Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey and as executive director for the Missouri Senate Campaign Committee during the 2014 election cycle.  Prior to these roles, Green served as chief of staff to Senator Gary Romine and Chief of Staff to Sen. Kevin Engler.

Green earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Green is a native of Farmington, Missouri.

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The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry understands that the quality of life in our state depends on quality jobs for Missourians. To that end, we have one simple mission: to protect and advance Missouri business.

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