Hamburg joined the NCGA on Aug. 31. He has held several positions on Capitol Hill, most recently as legislative assistant to U.S. Representative Raja Krishnamoorthi. He also previously has worked for U.S. Representatives John Carney and Steve Israel, and as an intern in the Office of Vice-President Joe Biden.
“We are excited to welcome Connor to NCGA’s public policy team,” said Jon Doggett, NCGA executive vice-president. “With experience on Capitol Hill and the administration, and a long family history in production agriculture, he will be a strong advocate for corn farmers on policy and regulatory matters affecting their operations. He will help us expand our relationships on the Hill and find common ground on our most important policy priorities for agriculture.”
He has a bachelor of Science degree in economics from James Madison University.