Cassidy & Associates News

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Chad Sydnor, a senior defense policy aide to U.S. Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), joins Cassidy & Associates today as a Vice President. Chad has served as Sen. Burr’s military legislative assistant and counsel since 2015.

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“Chad is a first-rate addition to our team who strengthens our defense and infrastructure capabilities,” said Cassidy CEO Kai Anderson.

“His legal background and expertise in defense policy combined with his experience serving in the Army and National Guard will help develop effective strategies and deliver real results for our clients.”
Chad has served on Capitol Hill since 2011, most recently as military legislative aide to Sen. Burr and prior to that in similar roles to Sen. John Boozman (R-AR) and Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC).

He holds the rank of Captain in the U.S. Army, earlier serving as a battalion intelligence officer and company commander and continues to serve as a reservist as an aviation officer rated in the AH-6
4 Apache helicopter.

Prior to his active duty service in the Army, Chad was an Assistant District Attorney in Raleigh, NC.

Chad is a graduate of North Carolina State University earning a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and holds a Juris Doctor from Campbell University. He remains a member in good standing of the North Carolina State Bar.

Today’s news signals continued growth of the bipartisan Cassidy team that added Charles Brittingham, Majority Senior Water Resources Policy Advisor for the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, in January; Ryan Mulvenon, Energy and Environmental Policy Advisor to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, in December and earlier other top Hill staff including Russ Thomasson, fmr COS to Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn; Amelia Jenkins, fmr Deputy Staff Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the House Natural Resources Committee; and Kaleb Froehlich, fmr Senior Counsel to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.