Congressman Amodei Welcomes New Legislative Director
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Logan Ramsey, 202-225-6155
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Mark Amodei (NV-02) today announced the hiring of Molly Lowe as his new Legislative Director.
“Molly joins our office after most recently serving as Senior Legislative Assistant for Rep. Ken Calvert,” said Congressman Amodei. “I’m proud to welcome Molly to our Washington staff and eager for her to hit the ground running. Having worked on a diverse portfolio of policy issues over the last several years, Molly’s extensive knowledge and congressional experience, coupled with her Western background and prior legislative achievements, will certainly add value to our legislative operation and our team’s ability to make a big difference on behalf of Nevadans.”
As Legislative Director, Lowe will oversee Congressman Amodei’s entire legislative operation and will be instrumental in his office’s ability to advance Nevada’s priorities in Congress. Lowe joins the Washington staff after serving five years in the office of Representative Ken Calvert (CA-42), where she was Senior Legislative Assistant, focusing on Energy, Homeland Security, and Tax policy. She is originally from Visalia, Calif. and began working on Capitol Hill following her graduation from Pepperdine University in 2013 where she earned a B.A. in Political Science.
Lowe replaces Stephanie Walker, who recently accepted a position as the Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs with the Porter Group. Congressman Amodei’s Washington office is also saying goodbye to Senior Advisor Kyle Thomas who will be joining the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as a Congressional Affairs Specialist.
“After serving the Silver State for the last seven years, I offer my sincerest congratulations to both Stephanie and Kyle as they transition into these new opportunities, and thank each of them for working tirelessly on behalf of the constituents in CD-2,” added Congressman Amodei. “I wish the both of them the best of luck in their new roles.”