• Jen Daulby


    A skilled government affairs and communications strategist, Jen Daulby has extensive legal and policy experience and has served in senior positions to Members of Congress and Congressional committees. Jen has also worked for Fortune 500 companies developing and implementing government relations strategies. Her policy experience, political understanding and depth of relationships throughout Washington provide clients the foundation for developing advocacy plans.

    Jen served as Chief of Staff to Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL) a former Ranking Subcommittee Member on both the Agriculture and Transportation Committees and was a key figure in his re-election campaigns. Jen also served as counsel to former Subcommittee Chairman on the Constitution, Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH) on the Judiciary committee and counsel for the majority on the Committee on Agriculture under then Chairman Bob Goodlatte.  Jen got her start on Capitol Hill as a legislative assistant to Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL).  In her government and private sector positions, Jen has cultivated policy expertise in a variety of issue areas including intellectual property, tech, election law, House operations, food, agriculture, and legal policy.

    In her most recent role on the Hill, Jen served as the Minority Staff Director for the House Administration Committee under the leadership of Rep. Davis, where she led legislative branch operations for Republican Members including on-boarding 48 new Members of the 2021 House freshman class.  She also drafted the lead Republican bills on election security and administration.

    Before joining OGR, Jen was the head of government affairs and Chief of Staff at Indigov, a government technology startup. At Indigov she dramatically increased sales to government entities and spearheaded strategy with political stakeholders.

    Jen holds a law degree from Southern Illinois University, where she served as president of the Student Bar Association, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Eastern Illinois University where she was a collegiate athlete. She was recently awarded the Stennis Center for Public Service’s Cresswell Award for the 117th Congress by her former Congressional colleagues.


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