Rob Goad

Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

Rob Goad

Rob Goad

Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

Biography

Rob Goad currently serves on the Presidential Transition as the education lead for the implementation of the President-elect’s education policy agenda. Prior to developing education policy for the President-elect’s successful campaign, Mr. Goad served as a Senior Policy Advisor to House Policy Committee Chair Luke Messer focusing on education issues. He also played a pivotal role advancing school choice policies as Director of the Congressional School Choice Caucus. Mr. Goad received a bachelor’s degree in political science at Indiana University.

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Director at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Senior Policy Analyst at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump

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Director, Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies at Heritage Foundation

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Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy at Domestic Policy Council Under Donald Trump
Education
Bachelor's Degree in Political Science

Indiana University is a major multi-campus public research institution, grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, and a world leader in professional, medical, and technological education. Indiana University’s mission is to provide broad access to undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education for students throughout Indiana, the United States, and the world, as well as outstanding academic and cultural programs and student services. Indiana University seeks to create dynamic partnerships with the state and local communities in economic, social, and cultural development and to offer leadership in creative solutions for 21st century problems. Indiana University strives to achieve full diversity, and to maintain friendly, collegial, and humane environments, with a strong commitment to academic freedom.

Career History
Special Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy
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Senior Policy Advisor
Prior

The United States House of Representatives Republican Policy Committee (RPC) was first established in 1949. Representative Luke Messer of Indiana was elected by House Republicans during the 114th Congress to serve as the 17th Chairman of the Committee and is the fifth ranking member of House Republican leadership. The RPC serves as an advisory Committee to House Republicans and provides a forum for Republican Members to discuss legislative proposals before the House. The Committee reports its findings and suggestions for consideration to the Republican Conference. The RPC meets on a bi-weekly basis when the House is in session and on an ad-hoc basis, as appropriate, to discuss legislation before the House. In 1946, the Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress made recommendations for restructuring Congress, which included the creation of a policy committee in both the House & Senate to “serve as a formal council to meet regularly with the Executive, to facilitate the formulation and carrying out of national policy, and to improve relationships.” The House Republican Policy Committee was then established by Conference Resolution on January 26, 1949.

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