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Davis Hires, Promotes Subcommittee Staffers

Chris Barkley, 23, and Reid Voss, 21, spent the Presidents’ Day recess getting settled into their new positions on Chairwoman Jo Ann Davis’ (R-Va.) staff on the House Government Reform subcommittee on civil service and agency organization.

Barkley, previously a clerk/legislative assistant for the subcommittee, has been promoted to professional staff member. The Columbia, Md., native has served on the Government Reform Committee since graduating with a bachelor’s in political science from Mary Washington University in 2002. He began as a clerk for the subcommittee on government efficiency, financial management and intergovernmental relations before joining Davis’ staff.

Voss, a resident of Alexandria, Va., served as the campaign manager for Buzz Hawley, a Republican candidate for the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, before coming to the Hill. Voss is working toward a degree in business administration at Northern Virginia Community College.[IMGCAP(1)]

Movement in the Hoosier State. Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) recently announced two new hires and two promotions in his Capitol Hill office.

Ryan Fisher, who has been with Pence since 2001, was promoted to legislative director. A former legislative aide for Indiana state Sen. Pat Miller (R), Fisher hails from Columbus, Ind. He is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science.

Moving up to the position of legislative assistant is Chris Kiefer. Kiefer

worked on Pence’s 2000 Congressional campaign and joined the Congressman’s office in 2001. He is a graduate of Indiana University and holds a bachelor’s degree in public affairs.

Skip Brown joins Pence’s office as a communications assistant. A native of Brownsburg, Ind., Brown worked for the communications staff of the Indiana Republican Party before coming to the Hill. Brown also graduated from Miami University and holds degrees in political science and journalism.

Also joining Pence’s staff is Craig Miller, who will be the office’s new legislative assistant. Miller worked for the House Administration Committee before joining Pence’s staff.

Miller, a Muncie, Ind., native, is a graduate of Taylor University at Upland, Ind., and holds a degree in physics.

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