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Hunter Moorhead is a Senior Partner at Crossroads Strategies, LLC. Prior to joining the firm in 2010, Hunter served in the Mississippi Congressional delegation offices of Congressman Mike Parker and U.S. Senator Thad Cochran. In addition, Hunter spent nearly six years as staff for the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations.
Hunter also served on staff for the White House National Economic Council (NEC). As Special Assistant to former President George W. Bush, Hunter provided policy oversight and direction for agricultural and energy policy. He helped develop the Administration’s 2008 Farm Policy proposals and “Twenty in Ten” energy policy.
Today, Hunter provides direct client lobbying and political strategy for CRS clients. Through monitoring and impacting the legislative process, Hunter works to secure federal funds for specific programs and impact the regulatory process. Due to years of exceptional client service, Hunter retains clients across the agricultural, financial services, health, and telecommunications policy arenas, helping them achieve real successes.
In addition to advocacy activities, Hunter is actively engaged in federal and state elections. The ability to build and maintain political relationships is key to executing successful advocacy operations.
A native Mississippian, Hunter earned his B.S. degree in Agricultural Economics from Mississippi State University.