Graham Hall joined Van Scoyoc Associates as a Manager, Government Relations. Graham brings over five years of federal and state legislative experience specifically in appropriations, defense, and transportation policy. In his current capacity, Graham manages an array of issues for clients ranging from large and small corporations, universities, municipalities, and associations.
Prior to VSA, Graham served as the Director of Government Relations at the McKeon Group, a boutique advocacy firm led by former Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee and the House Education and Workforce Committee, Rep. Buck McKeon (R-CA-25). At the McKeon Group, Graham led advocacy efforts in appropriations and transportation policy. Graham played a key role in the Transportation Housing and Urban Development appropriations bill and the National Defense Authorization Act producing major legislative achievements.
Preceding his time at the McKeon Group, Graham spent two years at the Truck Renting and Leasing Association (TRALA) as Manager of Government Relations. At TRALA, Graham executed lobbying initiatives and strategy on the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate, Tax Reform, and industry wide trucking security on the state and federal levels.
Graham began his career at the United Parcel Service (UPS) Public Affairs office in Washington, DC as Senior Legislative Assistant. While at UPS Graham directed multi-modal transportation policy and regulatory issues. He also served as the Secretary of the Board for the Coalition for Effective and Responsible Trucking and led the launch of the Americans for Modern Transportation (AMT) coalition working to improve both the safety and efficiency of the transportation system.
In his spare time, Graham enjoys being outdoors golfing, playing tennis, and hunting. Graham serves on the Board of the WINGS Foundation, a humanitarian aid organization which has provided life flights for medical needs following Hurricane Katrina and in cooperation with the U.S. State Department secured air transport and accompanying $2 million in medical supplies, equipment, and clean water to Cuba and Africa. Graham graduated from the University of Alabama. He lives with his wife Ashley and their golden retriever, Kairos.