Brad Mollet is a principal with Capitol Counsel LLC. With nearly a decade of experience in legislative advocacy in the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the private sector, Mollet brings a wealth of government relations experience to the firm.
Prior to joining Capitol Counsel, Mollet founded and established his own firm, the Fleet Street Group, where he specialized in legislative advocacy for issues involving appropriations, agriculture, energy, and tax. Before starting his own firm, Mollet was a principal at Capitol Partners where he worked on a variety of issues including business development and legislative advocacy. While working in the private sector, Mollet has assisted clients in securing millions of dollars in appropriations and worked closely with key members of various Congressional committees, as well as with the White House and executive agencies to secure legislative and policy objectives. A veteran hill staffer, Mollet worked in legislative offices for almost eight years and for three members of Congress. Most recently, Mollet served as legislative director in the office of Congresswoman Betsy Markey (D-CO). In this role, Mollet was responsible for managing congressional staff members and implementing the legislative strategy for Congresswoman Markey’s agenda. Mollet was the point of contact for Congresswoman Markey’s office on a myriad of issues including agriculture, environment, labor, and telecommunications. He oversaw all appropriations and handled grant requests for the congresswoman. He was also responsible for briefing and staffing Congresswoman Markey on the Agriculture Committee.
Additionally, Mollet worked for Congressman Jim Matheson (D-UT) as a legislative assistant where he focused on homeland security, environment and natural resources, transportation, agriculture, labor, and appropriations issues. Mollet staffed and prepared Congressman Matheson on the Science and Technology Committee.
In the senate, Mollet served on Senator Tim Johnson’s staff (D-SD). A native of South Dakota, Mollet proudly worked for the senator in conducting legislative research on defense issues, as well as drafting legislation and amendments on homeland security issues.
Mollet received a B.A. in political science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.