E. McSlarrow - Deputy Secretary of Energy. Prior to this
assignment, he previously served as Chief of Staff of
the Department of Energy.
As Deputy Secretary, Mr. McSlarrow serves
as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Department
of Energy. . He also serves as the American co-chair of
the US-Russia Energy Working Group established by Presidents
Bush and Putin. Prior to joining the Department of Energy,
Mr. McSlarrow served as Vice President of Political and
Government Affairs for Grassroots.com, a privately-held
Internet company marketing web-based political tools and
services. He has held numerous positions in the political
arena. He most recently served as the National Chairman
for the Quayle 2000 Presidential Campaign from 1998 to
2000. In 1997, Mr. McSlarrow joined the office of the
late U.S. Senator Paul Coverdell as Chief of Staff. He
also served as Deputy Chief of Staff and Chief Counsel
for Senate Majority Leaders Bob Dole and Trent Lott between
1995 and 1997. Before moving to Capitol Hill in 1995,
Mr. McSlarrow was an associate with the Washington, D.C.
law firm of Hunton & Williams. As a Captain in the
US Army, Mr. McSlarrow served in the Secretary of the
Army’s office as Assistant to the General Counsel
of the Army from 1985-1989. He earned degrees from Cornell
University and the University of Virginia School of Law.
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