Neil Dhillon Accomplishments

Neil Dhillon

From the beginning of his career, Neil Dhillon prospers in two of his ultimate and lifetime obsessions, which is politics and public policy. He started his career in 1980 though he was still an undergraduate taking Political Science at the American University of Washington D.C. In 1984, he finally completed his Bachelor’s degree, although he was really attracted at history particularly on how history affects politics in the past as well as in the future. He was a man full of talent and expertise. Having the philosophy that past is the laboratory where you can learn why the individuals from the past did what they did.

Neil Dhillon’s aim is to confirm and assure that he will utilize his widespread political science and history expertise to assist the society progress sooner than regress. When he graduated, he already skipped into the world of political science. When 1988 came, he had his first employment wherein he worked for a U.S Congressman named Bob Matsui. Later on, he turned out to be the Chief of Staff of Matsui, counseling the Congressman and always-in attendance in meetings.

Neil Dhillon

With the help of his expertise in political science and history, he was able not just give counsel to the powerful politicians as well as foreign governments and other trade businesses. Discovering the past results in the history, he was capable to aid all of his client’s development and create better future results. He also believed that in order to be a knowledgeable and educated citizen of the society who wants to perform democracy, the first thing you need to do is to recognize and understand the past. This only means that the past will expose solutions not only for the present issues of today, but also in the next generation.

The next break that Neil accomplished was when he was sent to the White House at 1993 after his service at Capitol Hill. There, he was chosen to be the U.S. Department of Transportation’s open Deputy Assistant Secretary of Government Affairs appointed by Bill Clinton himself. Because of Neil’s strong willpower and dedication to his work, Bill Clinton recognized his work, that he was a one-of-a-kind outstanding talent. Afterward he moved on from the White House in search of a profession inside the private sector. He accomplished a high-class and famous career with more than a few organizations and businesses can achieve. Neil was acknowledged as the ‘top Asian American appointee” of his time.