William D. Lowery

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Bill Lowery "experience as an elected representative in both local and federal government provides him with an insider perspective into the legislative and political process. Mr. Lowery served for 12 years as a Member of Congress before retiring in 1993. During this time, he was the Ranking Republican of the Appropriations Military Construction Subcommittee, and was also a member of other Appropriations Subcommittees. These subcommittees included: Veterans-Housing and Urban Development-Independent Agencies; Interior; and Treasury-Postal Service-General Government. Early in his Congressional career, Mr. Lowery was a member of the House Banking and Sciences Committee. He also served as Ranking Member of the Judiciary and Education Subcommittee for the House District of Columbia Committee.

"Before being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, Mr. Lowery served as Deputy Mayor of San Diego. His career as a public official began with his election to the San Diego City Council, where he was involved in economic development and downCity revitalization. He also served as the city's representative on the Joint City of San Diego - San Diego Unified School District's School Finance Task Force.

"Mr. Lowery's insights into the workings and requirements of government at all levels have proven invaluable to the firm's clients. His tenure on the Appropriations Committee, one of the most powerful and bipartisan committees on the Hill, instilled in him the skills needed to navigate federal budget and appropriations processes successfully. Since joining CLJ in 1993, he has worked on behalf of clients ranging from defense firms to public universities, and has been instrumental in efforts to obtain federal funds for client priorities.

"Mr. Lowery is a member of the California Western School of Law Board Trustees. He also was a board member of the San Diego based ORINCON Corporation, an advanced technology firm, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the California Institute on Public Policy." [1]

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  1. William D. Lowery, Homeland Venture Partners, accessed January 29, 2008.