S-3 Adds Senate Leadership Policy Expert

Washington, DC– S-3 Public Affairs today announced the addition of Capitol Hill veteran and senior Senate leadership aide Arjun Mody. Arjun departs the Senate as the top policy expert to Republican Policy Committee Chairman and Environment and Public Works Committee Chairman, Senator John Barrasso (R-WY).

“Arjun has led my leadership offices for more than six years. In that time, he managed nearly every policy issue in the Senate with great skill,” said Barrasso. “He has rewritten the playbook on running an effective policy committee for Senate Republicans. I will miss his good counsel, trustworthiness, and friendship. I know he will thrive at S-3.”


“Arjun brings not only a deep understanding of complex policy issues, but also an in-depth knowledge of the current political landscape. Having spent years in senior level positions in the Senate, he understands what it takes to move the needle in the current political climate,” said John Scofield, Partner S-3 Public Affairs. “We are proud of what we are building at S-3 Public Affairs. We have some of the best talent in town from the House and the Senate, policy and press world. We are thrilled about this newest addition to our team.”

Arjun Mody joins S-3 from his current role as Policy Director for the Senate Republican Policy Committee, a key part of the leadership team in the U.S. Senate. In this capacity he directed and served as senior staff to the Chairman, Senator John Barrasso (R-WY). Mody joins Kate Dickens and Todd Wooten who recently joined S-3 from Senator Kirk’s office and Senator Wyden’s Finance staff respectively.

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