Council appoints Seale


Published: March 29,2013

Tags: government relations, SAP, Steve Seale



The American Legislative Exchange Council has appointed C. Stevens Seale as chairman of the Private Enterprise Advisory Council, a group of business, trade association, nonprofit and academic leaders that provides counsel and support to ALEC legislative members. As a state senator, Seale served as chairman of the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force and also served on the Civil Justice Task Force. Following his service as a legislative member, Seale continued his strong support of ALEC and represents SAP America as a private enterprise member of the Communications and Technology Task Force. Seale will serve as chairman of the council for 2013 and 2014.

Seale was a two-term Mississippi state senator and served as chief counsel on the staff of former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott. In addition to representing SAP America, Seale represents clients from a broad spectrum of interests with policy concerns of a legislative and/or regulatory nature at the federal and state levels of government.

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One Response to “Council appoints Seale”

  1. ALEC All-Stars in Mississippi » Resist the Privatization of America Says:

    […] that comes to Jackson from the ALEC bill mill.  Mississippi’s top lobbyist, Steve Seale, now serves as national Chairman of the Private Enterprise Advisory Council at ALEC for the 2013-2014 term.  (Seale is profiled at length […]



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