Dimitri Kesari

Posted by ToddWelch on 11/20/10 11:28 AM

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Dimitri Kesari serves as the Director of Government Affairs for the National Right to Work Committee.  He has been with the Committee for 6 over years, but has been trained by and supported Right to Work most his adult life.

Dimitri has been active in politics since 1978, at the ripe old age of 13, where he volunteered for Senator Carl T. Curtis’ Senate office in Washington DC.  Senator Curtis got him involved in the Reagan campaigns, and Dimitri was one the youngest person’s to participate in the Reagan campaigns, earning himself a front-row seat at President Reagan’s first inauguration at 15.

He graduated from Grove City College in Pennsylvania with a degree in Economics.  Since the early 1990’s, Dimitri has consulted political campaigns at every level: presidential, congressional, state and local.

Dimitri served as the Director of State Legislation for the Prison Fellowship, as Director of State and Local Affairs for the Family Research Council, and Deputy Executive Director of the American Renewal, and then as the Special Assistant to the President of Family Research Council.  He has also worked with Gun Owners of America and Ron Paul for President Campaign.

Dimitri has lobbied or testified in 42 different state and federal legislatures.  He serves on the Board of Directors for his local jurisdiction’s Water Corporation and has served on the Planning Commission.

He is married to Jolanda, and has two delightful daughters and one son.


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