Johnny Alavez has joined NCGA’s Washington, D.C. office as Legislative Assistant. In this role, Alavez will provide support to the Risk Management Action Team and other public policy areas as needed.
Alavez comes to the Washington office following two years working on Capitol Hill in the office of Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash. Prior to his time on Capitol Hill, Johnny worked as a field supervisor at Rader Farms in Lynden, Washington, where he was responsible for managing a team to meet production quotas and coordinating with farm and production plant managers to ensure product standards.
“Johnny’s Capitol Hill and on-farm experience make him an excellent addition to the NCGA Public Policy team,” said NCGA Vice President of Public Policy Brooke Appleton. “He’ll be an essential part of our office’s work on public policy issues impacting corn growers.
Johnny is originally from Washington state and received a degree in Political Science from Western Washington University.
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