Ray Starling was Appointed as General Counsel at United States Senate

Date of management change: December 16, 2014 

What Happened?

Raleigh, NC-based United States Senate has Appointed Ray Starling as General Counsel

 

About the Company

U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms (SAA). Established in 1789, the Office of the Senate SAA provides operational, security and protocol support and services to the United States Senate. We help keep the Senate running. We carry out our mission with four key qualities in mind: Customer focus: We are driven to provide the best service possible to our customers, both internal and external. We are prompt and courteous, and always have the customers` needs foremost in our minds. Excellence: We pursue excellence in everything we do from building our workforce to delivering services to the Senate. We seek feedback and take actions for continual service improvement. We reach out to understand and implement best practices. Integrity: We recognize the trust given to us by the Senate and by the American people, and we honor it by always pursuing the highest ethical standards. Respect: We build our team by valuing everyone`s contributions and leverage the diversity of our workforce by valuing individual`s attributes, experiences, and differences.

 

About the Person

Ray Starling is General Counsel at North Carolina Chamber. Previously, Ray held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.

 

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