Clint Fisher serves as the Assistant Administrator for the Transportation Security Administration’s Office of Legislative Affairs. As Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs, Fisher acts as the agency’s principal liaison with the U.S. Congress, coordinating and overseeing the agency’s legislative activity, working closely with authorization and oversight committees of the House and Senate to ensure that the agency’s priorities are reflected throughout the legislative and oversight process, and advises the Administrator, Deputy Administrator, and other senior leadership of TSA on legislative matters.
Prior to joining TSA, he served as principal of Fisher Strategies, where he represented transportation and homeland security-focused clients before the Executive Branch and Congress. Prior to launching Fisher Strategies in 2012, Fisher was the director of government affairs at the Air Transport Association where he represented passenger and cargo airlines before the United States Congress. Fisher managed the Committee on Homeland Security’s aviation and legislative agenda for Chairman King in 2006 and was the Executive Director of Aviation Policy at the Transportation Security Administration from 2002-2006.
Fisher is a native of Louisville, Kentucky, and holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and German from Washington and Lee University. Fisher also has an MBA from American University. He resides in Alexandria, Virginia, with his wife (Alice) and two boys.