Chad Wolf to be Nominated DHS Undersecretary for Strategy, Policy & Plans

Chad Wolf

President Donald Trump intends to nominate Chad Wolf, chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security, as undersecretary of homeland security for strategy, policy and plans.

He previously held a similar role at the Transportation Security Administration and served as served as assistant administrator of the Transportation Security Policy, the White House said Thursday.

Prior to joining the current administration, Wolf worked at public policy consulting firm Wexler & Walker as vice president and senior director. He served as a staff member in the Senate earlier in his career.

He earned his master certificate in government contract management from Villanova University.

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