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Ian Pfeiffer

Ian Pfeiffer works on Transportation, Infrastructure and Appropriations issues for Turner GPA. Prior to joining Turner GPA, Ian served as Legislative Director to a House of Representatives member. As Legislative Director, Ian’s work focused on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, where he coordinated a bi-partisan California delegation strategy for securing state policy initiatives and projects in the reauthorization of surface transportation bill. Through this role, he developed a strong network of contacts across the California Congressional delegation, and in the statewide and national transportation community.

Ian served as Ranking Member’s staff associate to the House Transportation Committee’s Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Subcommittee. As the Ranking Member’s staff associate, he assisted in development of the Caucus position on drafting, debating, and advancing all legislation under the Subcommittee’s jurisdiction, and he represented Ranking Member at conference committee meetings on the FY’05 Coast Guard Authorization bill, the legislative vehicle for all maritime related issues passed by Congress each year.

As a legislative staffer to Colorado & Californian Representatives, Ian orchestrated the collection, selection, and advocacy efforts for all district specific appropriations projects. He worked hand in hand with constituents and local elected officials to ensure that projects were vetted, appropriate funding sources were identified, and their story was told effectively and efficiently to our Senators, as well as members of the House Appropriations Committee. He actively coordinated district events with executive branch, state and local officials, and met with interest groups and constituents regarding pending legislation.

In addition to his professional experience on Capitol Hill, Ian holds a Master's of Public Administration and Politics degree from Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.