Sacramento, California , United States
|| September 25, 1944
Jan 16, 2017 04:55pm
Widowed - Methodist -
|Info||Doris Matsui is an accomplished public policy advocate with varied experience in both the public and private sectors. In the White House, she worked with the private sector to develop support for major and successful Administration initiatives including NAFTA, the Uruguay Round, the Budget and major issues in health, education and the environment. Since joining Collier Shannon, Ms. Matsui has developed a practice representing major medical technology manufacturers, telecommunications companies and financial institutions before the Congress and Executive Branch agencies. |
Her experience has included:
Successfully executing briefings and eliciting support to gain business community and public acceptance to promote the passage of NAFTA, the successful implementation of the Economic and Budget package, the Uruguay Round and other initiatives
Leading a group that designed an online access system for nonprofit associations to obtain general information about federal government activities and support programs, thus facilitating effective partnerships between the government and the private sector
Participating in numerous official delegations, such as APEC and state visits to Japan and China, and assisting the Administration's efforts to educate and engage the business and nonprofit sector on the President's trade and international priorities.
Prior to joining Collier Shannon in 1998, Ms. Matsui served as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Public Liaison. In this capacity, she facilitated policy development and discussion across all the major White House executive offices, including the Domestic Policy Council, the National Economic Council, the Office of Management and Budget and the Vice President's office, as well as other agencies and departments. She promoted various initiatives and programs by educating decision-makers, communicating a policy's impact and allowing affected parties a fair opportunity to succeed. Prior to her service in the White House, Ms. Matsui was among the eight board members of President-elect Clinton's Transition Team.