NAM Vice President of Tax and Domestic Economic Policy Dorothy Coleman was profiled by CQ Weekly as one of Capitol Hill’s top “influencers” for her advocacy on behalf of manufacturers for comprehensive tax reform. The profile highlights Coleman’s work as an advocate on behalf of manufacturers for a comprehensive tax overhaul that includes “lowering the 35 percent corporate rate and cuts taxes for small companies whose owners pay individual income tax rates on business income.”
According to the article, the conversation on tax reform is heating up as House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) begins to map out a plan for a major tax overhaul in the next year. Coleman is listed among five tax policy experts who will “help guide the debate.”
Coleman received her law degree from Georgetown University and worked as a reporter for the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) before jumping into the world of advocacy. Coleman has been with the NAM since 1998 and has since represented the interests of the NAM’s more than 11,000 manufacturing companies and 12 million employees.
The full profile is available here (paywall).
Learn more about the NAM’s tax reform priorities here.
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