Former chief of staff of the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure Jack Schenendorf will kick off the Logistics Committee meeting on Tuesday, September 17. Currently an attorney with Covington & Burling, Washington, DC, Schenendorf served as a T&I Committee staffer for nearly 25 years. In BNA's Daily Report for Executives, Schenendorf was described "as one of the most powerful staffers on the Hill, [who] has played a large role in crafting every piece of major transportation legislation in the past decade."
Today his practice concentrates on transportation and legislation with a particular focus on legislative strategy, legislative procedure, and the federal budget process. Prior to joining the firm in 2001, Schenendorf served on the Bush/Cheney Transition where he was chief of the Transition Policy Team for the U.S. Department of Transportation and was responsible for reviewing all transportation policies and issues for the incoming Administration.
Schenendorf will tee up the Logistics Committee meeting with his insightful analysis on what’s ahead for transportation and infrastructure improvements in the legislative arena and the potential impact on businesses like bakers and their suppliers.