Dwayne G. Sattler

Senior Director of Public Affairs and Policy

Dwayne G. Sattler is the Ohio Supercomputer Center’s (OSC) senior director of public affairs and policy.

Sattler provides the overall leadership advancing OSC’s public policy objectives and strengthening relationships with key external stakeholders, including elected officials, policymakers and industrial partners at the federal, state and community levels.

Sattler brings years of political, congressional and advocacy experience. In 2003, he founded and served as president of Network Government Relations, LLC, a professional consulting firm providing government and community relations as well as business and workforce development services.

In the 1990’s, Sattler served as the majority staff director of the U.S. Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, Subcommittee on Employment and Training. In that capacity, he focused on higher education, technology and workforce development issues. He also served as a legislative assistant to former U.S. Senator Mike DeWine (OH). Sattler was profiled in the “Almanac of the Unelected” in 1997.

Sattler served as vice president of a Washington-based government affairs firm from 1999-2003. Before his employment in the U.S. Senate, Sattler worked as an aide to then Ohio Lt. Governor Mike DeWine on his U.S. Senate campaign. Additionally, Sattler was a U.S. House of Representative Washington Intern Scholar

Sattler earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from Bowling Green State University.

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