McConnell Names Scott Raab, Stef Muchow to be Deputy Chiefs of Staff
‘Longtime McConnell advisor and current Policy Director Scott Raab will now serve as Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy. Stefanie Muchow, a senior member of the leadership staff team will be the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations.’
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) today announced senior staff changes in the Majority Leader office.
Longtime McConnell advisor and current Policy Director Scott Raab will now serve as Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy. Stefanie Muchow, a senior member of the leadership staff team will be the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations.
Raab joined McConnell’s staff in 1999, and has been instrumental in advancing numerous Kentucky priorities as personal office Legislative Director, and in guiding a conference-wide agenda as Policy Director in the Republican Leader office. He holds a degree from the George Washington University, and previously served in the offices of Reps. Bill Brewster and Wes Watkins of Oklahoma.
“For two decades, Scott has proven himself as a wise counselor and a tireless advocate for Kentucky priorities,” McConnell said. “I am pleased that with his steady hand helping to guide policy, our entire conference will continue to deliver for the American people.'
Muchow’s tenure with McConnell began in 2003. As Director of Scheduling, and currently as Director of Operations, she has managed a wide array of important and detailed logistics and supported the entire conference in the daily and ceremonial responsibilities of a governing majority. She is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University.
“There has not been an accomplishment of my office, or this conference, over the past several years that did not benefit from Stef Muchow’s attention and calm under pressure. Her continued dedication is a testament to Kentucky, and to our nation’s tradition of public service,” McConnell added.
Following the upcoming departure of longtime Deputy Chief of Staff, Don Stewart, Communications Director David Popp will lead the Republican Leader office communications team.