Will Marsh

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Will Marsh is Director of Government Affairs for American Defense International. He was raised in Englewood, Colorado and attended Colorado State University, graduating in 1994 with a B.A. in Political Science.

"In early 1995, Will Marsh moved to Washington, DC to assume a position on the policy staff of the House Armed Services Committee, where he was responsible for research and legislative support for the full committee. He served on the House Armed Services Committee staff until 1997, when he accepted the post of Military Legislative Assistant for Congressman Van Hilleary of Tennessee, a member of the House Armed Services Committee. After serving Congressman Hilleary for two years, Will Marsh became the Military Legislative Assistant for Congressman Joel Hefley of his home state of Colorado. Congressman Hefley was chairman of a the Military Installations and Facilities (MILCON) subcommittee for the House Armed Services Committee, which has jurisdiction over military construction, real estate acquisitions and disposals, housing and support, and base closure. In this position, Will was the principle connection between Congressman Hefley and House Armed Services Committee professional staff as well as being the point person for defense requests from the state of Colorado. After almost two years of service to Congressman Hefley, Will departed government service and joined the private sector as Director of Government Affairs for Mehl, Griffin, & Bartek, a lobbying and business development firm in Arlington, Virginia. Will Marsh assumed his current position at ADI in February of 2002."

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Will Marsh's experience on Capitol Hill gave him an in-depth knowledge of the legislative and defense appropriations process that is invaluable to his current position. His government service has also left him with an extensive network of contacts on Capitol Hill in both the House and Senate which has proved to be of critical importance in representing the interests of ADI's clients in the defense budgeting process.