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Matthew Brokman to Serve as Senior Advisor

Matthew Brokman to Serve as Senior Advisor



Governor Ned Lamont today announced that he is appointing Matthew C. Brokman to serve in the Office of the Governor as senior advisor. In
this role, Brokman will assist in Matthew Brokman to Serve as Senior Advisor the coordination of legislative, policy, and external affairs functions on behalf of the office.

“Matt has a vast amount of experience working on policy issues in the General Assembly, is well-respected by both sides of the aisle, and will be able to hit the ground running as we begin this next legislative session and promote a Connecticut that works for everyone,” Governor Lamont said. “I am glad to welcome him to the executive

“It is an honor to join Gover-
nor Lamont’s team in working

to move Connecticut forward,”
Brokman said. “In collaboration
with legislators and stakeholders,
I know we will continue growing
a more equitable and just state
for all this legislative session.”
Brokman most recently
served as chief of staff for House

Majority Leader Jason Rojas in
a position that he has held since
January of 2021. Prior to that,
he was chief of staff for former

Speaker of the House Joe Aresimowicz from May of 2018 to

December of 2020. He has also
served in the Connecticut House
Democrats Office as the director
of policy, communications, and
outreach from January of 2017 to
April of 2018. He is a graduate

of The George Washington University.




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