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Jeff Becker

JeffBecker-0312-1734Jeff joined Arena Strategies in May of 2012 as the Director of the Harrisburg office.  He returns to Harrisburg from Washington, DC, where he most recently spent three years as the Special Assistant to the President of the National Rifle Association.  In this position, Jeff single-handedly managed all operations for the President’s Office, including constituent relations, media requests, Board functions, and VIP relationships.

Previously, he was a two-time political appointee with the Bush Administration, serving first in the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs at the U.S. Department of Labor, where he was responsible for a portfolio of 17 states and maintained regular contact with various state officials regarding issues like collective bargaining, right to work, union card check, FMLA, mining safety, and OSHA/workplace safety.  He also served as an Advance Representative for Secretaries Alphonso Jackson and Steve Preston at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Jeff got his start in Pennsylvania in 2006, working for Rick Santorum’s statewide reelection campaign.  As a Coalitions Coordinator, Jeff spent a year building local and statewide coalitions and coordinating grassroots operations.

Away from the office, Jeff is an avid baseball fan and involved in numerous social organizations in Pennsylvania.  He is a native of Montgomery County and holds a BA from Franklin and Marshall College, where he majored in Government with a minor in Public Policy. Jeff currently resides in Mechanicsburg with his wife Sarah and their newborn boy.