Greg Mourad has worked for the National Right to Work Committee for almost 15 years, and currently serves as its Vice President for Legislation. At various times he has been responsible for the Committee’s data processing operations, its Candidate Survey Program, and its efforts to advance the cause of employee freedom in Congress and in the 50 states, including last year’s successful passage of new Right to Work laws in Indiana and Michigan.
Mr. Mourad has testified before committee hearings in numerous state legislatures around the country, and serves as a media spokesman for NRTW.
He has also lectured at a variety of seminars and conferences, regarding both legislative policy and legislative strategy.
Before joining the Right to Work Committee, Mr. Mourad served as staff on the political campaigns of several conservative candidates seeking office in Congress and the Virginia General Assembly. He has been married sixteen years and has five children. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia in 1993.