Mark Micali

Mark Micali

Mark Micali is the government affairs advisor at The Nonprofit Alliance (TNPA). Mark supports TNPA’s advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill. He has a long career in government affairs, including serving as the Direct Marketing Association’s (DMA) VP of government affairs from 1992 to 2008.

During his tenure at DMA, Mark represented the association on its full range legislative issues before Capitol Hill. Mark also created and coordinated DMA’s “Capitol Hill Days” program, which brought industry executives to Washington to lobby members of the House and Senate important to the direct marketing industry.

Earlier in his career, Mark worked for six years on Capitol Hill for the late Congressman Dan Rostenkowski of Illinois, the then-chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee. Mark’s not one for sitting still and is often spotted on a tennis court with his wife, the Colorado ski slopes with their two sons or in an airport en route to their next travel adventure.

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