October 6, 2022

Volume XII, Number 279

Scott Brenner

Scott Brenner has more than 15 years of experience working on Capitol Hill and in the Executive branch.  Successes include a media campaign pivotal to passing legislation raising the retirement age of airline pilots; a legislative campaign that secured more than $6 million in funds for a technology client; and ensuring a university was a finalist for a $450 million DHS laboratory.

At the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Scott managed the agency’s interactions with all outside stakeholders on topics including CAFE, vehicle safety, and highway reauthorization. He interacted daily with the White House, Congress, other federal agencies and state governments. At the Federal Aviation Administration, he served as the agency’s chief spokesperson and managed the agency’s external and internal communications programs, media relations and web site operations. Scott served as chief spokesman during the terrorist attacks of September 11.

Scott was chief spokesman for the House Transportation Committee. He also served as the deputy spokesman for the House Ways & Means Committee, and as a press secretary for two senior members of the US Congress.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Scott Brenner