Sean Taylor has over two decades of experience working with municipalities and local governments on water infrastructure, federal regulations, public lands issues, and a variety of appropriations matters. He has developed comprehensive campaign plans that have successfully authorized infrastructure project initiatives for communities throughout the country. Sean maintains and builds bipartisan relationships with Members of Congress, political and public policy organizations, trade associations, coalitions, industry lobbyists, and Administration officials on behalf of Van Ness Feldman clients.
Sean began his career in the United States Senate working for Senator’s Connie Mack of Florida and Judd Gregg of New Hampshire, before serving as a Natural Resources Policy Analyst to Governor Jeb Bush of Florida. As Governor Bush's lead staffer in Washington, D.C., on energy, water and natural resources issues, Sean gained considerable experience developing regional and national coalitions to help mold national energy legislation, influence ocean policy, and expand aquatic ecosystem restoration, and land & water conservation programs for the state.
Since joining Van Ness Feldman in 2015, Sean has expanded his public policy practice to include alternative energy supplies, community development, surface and maritime transportation, and native affairs issues.