Brad D. SteeleNational Club Association
As the National Club Association’s chief lawyer and lobbyist, Brad Steele brings a wealth of knowledge from the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government to the position of vice president of government relations and general counsel.
Steele earned his bachelor’s degree in government and politics from George Mason University, where he graduated with highest distinction. He then began his time in government by working for the vice president of the United States, for a member of Congress and then as a senior staffer with a national political committee.
Steele studied law in England at Oxford University and he earned his degree from the University of Oklahoma. Upon graduation, Steele returned to his home state of Indiana and opened his own law firm where he practiced for more than 12 years. In addition, Steele also served as a county, city and town attorney for communities throughout the state and as a judge of an Indiana court.
While in Indiana, Steele returned to the political arena as a candidate for the United States Congress and the Indiana State House of Representatives. In 2006, he moved back to Washington, D.C., and practiced law in Northern Virginia prior to joining NCA.