WASHINGTON, D.C. — House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) announced today that Marty Reiser, his Policy Director, will be leaving Congress after several years of service. Francis Brooke, a former Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of the National Economic Council under Larry Kudlow, will be assuming the role of Policy Director.
“With a servant’s heart and attention to detail, Marty has been a critical asset and a steady hand for the past seven years with Team Scalise. Marty has been an integral player in many key legislative achievements like the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and USMCA, and is a close friend to staffers and representatives alike. Thank you, Marty. You will be deeply missed on Capitol Hill,” said House Republican Whip Steve Scalise. “From the House to the Senate to the White House, Francis has been a huge asset to every team he has joined. Our policy team is in capable hands with Francis leading the operation as Policy Director. When Republicans retake the majority in 2022, I’m excited to see what we can accomplish together for the American people.”
Francis Brooke is a former Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of the National Economic Council under Larry Kudlow, where he was charged with running the day-to-day operations of the Council, a 30 person team. Brooke helped manage the President’s economic policy agenda, leading the Administration’s efforts to grow the U.S. economy, create jobs, and increase wages. Prior to serving as Deputy Director, Brooke was Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy managing the Energy, Environment, Transportation, and Infrastructure policy at the White House. He previously worked as a policy advisor for Vice President Mike Pence, Leader Mitch McConnell, and Representative Andy Barr. Brooke is a graduate of Northwestern University.