Ann M. Jablon is a partner at Capitol Counsel, LLC. She brings to the firm more than 25 years of policy, political and management experience as the lead staffer for Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA), senior member of the House Ways and Means Committee. Jablon brings to clients expertise in health care policy, financial services, tax, and trade issues. Her pragmatic and strategic style and experience in the federal appropriations process have resulted in multimillion-dollar projects and economic development for New England. She became one of the youngest women on the Hill to assume the chief of staff position after beginning as an intern and a scheduler for Congressman Neal.
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University – M.P.A.
- Boston University – B.S.
Congressman Richard E. Neal (D-MA), Washington, D.C. – Chief of Staff. Developed health policy and worked closely with the Massachusetts health care community on issues relating to Medicare reimbursement and health care innovation. Served as the principal staff contact for Congressman Neal to the Massachusetts and New England congressional delegations, oversaw his legislative portfolio, and managed his re-election and leadership fundraising operations.
- Boston University’s Washington Internship Program – Lectures on Congress and the legislative process for undergraduate students.
- Massachusetts State Society – Board Member
- House Chiefs of Staff Alumni Association – Treasurer and Board Member
Jablon helped to secure federal funds for the redevelopment of the Springfield, Massachusetts Union Station; the construction of the Springfield, Massachusetts Federal Courthouse, and of the Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute. Each were multimillion-dollar projects in Western Massachusetts.