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Pat Malloy Joins SMI
Pat Malloy Joins SMI
Former Deputy Chief of Staff and Counsel to Congressman Henry Cuellar Joins Growing Appropriations Practice
WASHINGTON, D.C. – June 15, 2018: Strategic Marketing Innovations (SMI) announced that Pat Malloy has joined the firm as an Associate. Malloy previously served as Deputy Chief of Staff, Counsel and Legislative Assistant to U.S. Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28).
“We are thrilled that Pat is joining SMI,” said SMI’s COO Bill McCann. “Pat brings not only appropriations experience but wide-ranging policy and legislative skills that will benefit our existing client base and attract new business.”
Malloy worked for Congressman Cuellar starting in 2016. He was promoted to Deputy Chief of Staff in October 2017. Malloy is perhaps best known on the Hill for leading the staff effort on a bipartisan dual delegation effort to secure $89.3 billion in disaster relief funding following the tragedy of Hurricane Harvey. Malloy also oversaw and led the appropriations effort for Congressman Cuellar who sits on both the Defense and Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittees.
Prior to joining Congressman Cuellar’s office, Malloy worked for Congressman Gene Green (TX-29) and for then Ranking Member Ed Markey’s House Natural Resources Committees in legislative research roles. Malloy also served as a Special Assistant to the President of the Legal Services Corporation from 2013 to 2015.
Malloy earned a BS in Mathematical Sciences from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), a JD from Suffolk University Law School, and a LLM in Law & Government from American University’s Washington College of Law.
Founded in 1993, Strategic Marketing Innovations (SMI) has been the premier choice in Washington for companies, universities, nonprofits, and industry associations seeking enhanced strategies for technology development and enterprise growth. Representing over seventy clients nationwide, SMI combines both lobbying and government affairs support with technical consulting services.