Mr. Conda has over two decades of legislative and policy experience working at the highest levels in the White House and Congress, for presidential campaigns, and for several public policy research foundations. He was recently a senior economic policy adviser to the 2008 Mitt Romney for President campaign. From 2001 to 2003, he was Assistant to the Vice President for Domestic Policy. According to columnist Robert Novak, Mr. Conda "as Vice President Dick Cheney's domestic policy chief was instrumental in devising the Bush tax cuts."
Mr. Conda spent most of his career on Capitol Hill as a senior adviser to several U.S. Senators. He was also a staff director of a congressional committee. Roll Call, a leading Capitol Hill publication, included him in its "Fabulous Fifty" list of top congressional aides. In 1999, he received the "Congressional Staffer of the Year Award" from the Information Technology Council. Mr. Conda, currently a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of The International Economy Magazine, has written opinion-editorials published in The Wall Street Journal, National Review, The Weekly Standard, and The Financial Times.
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