McKeon, Brian M.

Chief of Staff, (Acting) and Legislative Director for U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen

Senior Counsel, Domestic Policy Advisor for U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer 

Brian McKeon is at the forefront of top policy issues impacting businesses. His insight and experience with appropriations, regulatory and procedural issues on the Hill coupled with his diverse political network and strong ties to the Democratic Party allow him to craft strategies to guide clients through complex policy matters. Brian has direct experience working on policy related to financial services, tax and corporate reform, technology, cybersecurity, homeland security, healthcare and prescription drugs, agriculture and bio-tech.  

With more than 12 years of political law experience, Brian most recently served as the legislative director and acting chief of staff for Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) where he served as the Senator’s principal advisor on all legislative, policy and regulatory matters. Additionally, Brian was senior counsel for Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) where his legislative portfolio included financial services, telecommunications, technology, intellectual property, tax, trade, appropriations,  labor, election reform, agriculture, immigration, gun control, judicial nominations and constitutional issues. He was also a legislative aide to Sen. Boxer.

His extensive political law and campaign experience consist of work with Jeanne Shaheen for Senate where he was the policy director, Obama for America where he served as a deputy voter protection director as well as serving as a senior advisor for Barbara Boxer for Senate.

Previous Experience

Chief of Staff, (Acting) and Legislative Director for U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen

Senior Counsel, Domestic Policy Advisor for U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer 

Community

Policy Director, Jeanne Shaheen for Senate, Manchester, NH

Deputy Voter Protection Director, Obama for America, VA

Senior Advisor, Barbara Boxer for Senate, Los Angeles, CA

GOTV Volunteer, Obama for America, (2008), McCaskill for Senate (2006)

Education
  • J.D., 2010, Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law
  • B.A., 2003, College of the Holy Cross
Admissions
  • Washington, D.C.
Recognition

Foreign Policy Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies, 2015