118th Congress New House Schedulers
U.S. House of Representatives

February 10, 2023 by TWN Staff
118th Congress New House Schedulers

As new members of the House of Representatives build their teams, one of the most important decisions they make is the appointment of a scheduler.

The Well News is tracking all of these top hires.

View the Senate list here.

District U.S. Representative Scheduler
AL-05 Dale W. Strong Chandler Shields
AZ-02 Elijah Crane Courtney Heath
AZ-06 Juan Ciscomani Deputy Chief of Staff Alyssa Anderson*
CA-03 Kevin Kiley Hollis LeMunyon
CA-13 John Duarte Annie Martinez
CA-15 Kevin Mullin Deputy Chief of Staff Brian Rogers*
CA-37 Sydney K. Kamlager-Dove Megan Garrison
CA-42 Robert Garcia Patrick Swymer
CO-07 Brittany Pettersen Victoria Houghtalen
CO-08 Yadira Caraveo Emma Salas
FL-04 Aaron Bean Elizabeth Donahoo
FL-07 Cory Mills Derick Agustin
FL-10 Maxwell Frost Trinity Tresner
FL-13 Anna Paulina Luna Taylor Hawkins
FL-15 Laurel Moore Lee Megan Deusenberry
FL-23 Jared Evan Moskowitz Catherine Magos
GA-06 Richard McCormick Dani Madda
GA-10 Mike Collins LeeAnn Perritt
HI-02 Jill N. Tokuda Chief of Staff Wendy Clerinx*
IL-01 Jonathan Jackson Lenette Myers
IL-03 Delia C. Ramirez Sebastian Franco
IL-13 Nikki Budzinski Michelle Young
IL-17 Eric Sorensen Maggie Pillis
IN-02 Rudy Yakym Mariah Greenlee
IN-09 Erin Houchin Molly Harrington
IA-03 Zach Nunn Emily Tuttle-Millard
KY-03 Morgan McGarvey Madeline Roberts
MD-04 Glenn F. Ivey Aaron Harawa
MI-03 Hillary Scholten Matt A. Campbell
MI-10 John James **
MI-13 Shri Thanedar Linto Thomas
MS-04 Mike Ezell Sara Catherine Joseph
MO-04 Mark Alford Elle Stevens
MO-07 Eric Burlison David Brown
MT-01 Ryan K. Zinke Ashley Bianco
NJ-07 Tom Kean Samantha Moore
NJ-08 Rob Menendez Mitchell Dunn
NM-02 Gabe Vasquez Audrey Jimenez
NY-01 Nick LaLota Noah Panchure
NY-03 George Anthony Devolder-Santos **
NY-04 Anthony P. D’Esposito Ashley Sapraicone
NY-10 Daniel S. Goldman Chris Bannon
NY-17 Michael Lawler Ashley Brown
NY-19 Marc Molinaro Rick Yackel
NY-22 Brandon Williams Megan Paulsen
NY-23 Nick Langworthy Director of Operations Hannah Jahreis*
NC-01 Don Davis John Bonus
NC-04 Valerie P. Foushee Seth Washington
NC-11 Chuck Edwards Jessie Frank
NC-13 Wiley Nickel Freedom Richardson
NC-14 Jeff Jackson Thomas Cromie
OH-01 Greg Landsman Emma Treadway
OH-07 Max L. Miller Director of Operations/Press Secretary Tiffany Boguslawski*
OH-13 Emilia Strong Sykes Mark Hamilton
OK-02 Josh Brecheen Leslie Sawyer
OR-04 Val Hoyle David Martinez
OR-05 Lori Chavez-DeRemer Peyton Smith
OR-06 Andrea Salinas Alma Baker
PA-12 Summer Lee Phillip Bennett
PA-17 Christopher Deluzio Director of Operations Caroline Low*
RI-02 Seth Magaziner Selin Ciesielski
SC-07 Russell W. Fry Anna Wallace Clark
TN-05 Andy Ogles Erin Drummy
TX-01 Nathaniel Moran Chelsea Cohen
TX-03 Keith Self Brianna Garcia
TX-08 Morgan J. Luttrell Allie Faircloth
TX-15 Monica De la Cruz Paris Curry
TX-30 Jasmine Felicia Crockett Caleb Tyler
TX-35 Greg Casar **
TX-38 Wesley Hunt **
VT-AL Becca Balint Taryn Brown
VA-02 Jen Kiggans Ruth Fischer
WA-03 Marie Gluesenkamp Pérez Zev Moses
WI-03 Derrick Van Orden Caleb Conaway
WY-AL Harriet M. Hageman Director of Operations Marjorie Daily*

*Individual is currently acting as scheduler.

**Office has not responded.

You can reach us at [email protected] with any updates.

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