Former Congressman Norm Dicks serves as Senior Policy Advisor advising clients on a wide-range of public policy, strategic, and regulatory issues, particularly those in the environmental sector.
Prior to joining the firm, Norm represented Washington State's 6th Congressional District from 1977-2013, where he received a rare first-term appointment to the House Appropriations Committee, a committee he served on for his entire tenure in Congress. In addition, he served on and chaired the Interior Appropriations Subcommittee where he made environmental issues a priority, and worked tirelessly on issues affecting the National Parks, National Forests, and Native American issues. Congressman Dicks also became the chair of the Defense Appropriations Committee, and concluded his tenure in Congress as top-ranking Democratic Member on the Defense Appropriations Committee, and top-ranking Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee. From 1990 to 1998, Congressman Dicks served on the House Intelligence Committee and was awarded the CIA Directors Medal.
Upon his retirement, Norm received the Department of Defense’s Distinguished Public Service Medal, the highest honor bestowed upon a civilian for his work on behalf of military members and their families.
University of Washington School of Law
University of Washington
Council on Foreign Relations
Defenders of Wildlife
Puget Sound Naval Bases Association
Rotary Clubs of Tacoma and Bremerton, Washington
Trust for the National Mall
Washington National Opera
Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition
U.S. House of Representatives
Representative, Washington's 6th District, 1977-2012
Office of U.S. Senator Warren G. Magnuson (D-WA)
Chief of Staff, 1973-1976
Legislative Assistant, 1968-1973