REPORT FOR THE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS

UNITED STATES SENATE

SUBJECT: Ambassadorial Nomination: Certificate of Demonstrated Competence — Foreign Service Act, Section 304(a)(4)

POST: Office of the United Nations and other International Organizations in Geneva

CANDIDATE: Andrew P. Bremberg

Andrew Bremberg has a long history of public service and currently serves as Assistant to the President and the Director of the Domestic Policy Council at the White House. Managing a team of policy experts, Mr. Bremberg oversees the development of public policy on a wide array of critical issues while coordinating with numerous cabinet agencies of the federal government to best serve the American public. Previously, he served as Policy Advisor and Counsel on Nominations for the Office of Senate Majority Leader from 2014-2015. He worked for the non-profit MITRE Corporation as a senior health policy-analyst and department manager from 2009-2014, focusing on innovative solutions in healthcare. Mr. Bremberg’s deep policy expertise across a wide array of regulatory subject areas and his experience leading consensus-based interagency policy processes makes him a well-qualified candidate for Representative to the Office of the UN and other International Organizations in Geneva, Switzerland.

Mr. Bremberg worked for the Department of Health and Human Services from 2001-2009 as Chief of Staff of the Office of Public Health (2007-2009), Special Assistant in the Immediate Office of the Secretary (2006-2007), and Special Assistant to the Executive Secretary (2001-2006). He also served as the Policy Director for Gov. Scott Walker’s presidential campaign in 2015, and as the Policy Director for the RNC Committee on Arrangements in 2016. As the manager and senior consultant of Right Policy, LLC, he provided policy analysis for several organizations from 2015-2017, including Trump for America, Inc.

Mr. Bremberg earned a B.A. from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio and a J.D. from Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C..

U.S. Department of State

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