Barry Brown

Chief – Business Development

Has more than 25 years of legislative, political and ‎professional advocacy experience in Washington, D.C. Barry came to the Alpine Group from ‎his role as Chief of Staff to Congressman Michael C. Burgess, MD (R-TX), Vice Chairman of ‎the Health Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee for the past 10 years. ‎ Prior to joining Dr. Burgess, Barry worked off the Hill as a Vice President of the Alpine Group.  

Barry began his career as a Legislative Assistant to Congressman Larry Combest (R-TX), ‎Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, handling telecommunications, energy, higher ‎education and judiciary issues. He then was named Legislative Director to Congressman Kevin ‎Brady (R-TX), Chairman of the Trade Subcommittee of the House Ways and Means Committee ‎where he handled telecommunications, trade, defense, energy, and higher education and ‎judiciary issues. In 2000, Barry joined the congressional staff of Congresswoman Kay Granger ‎‎(R-TX), Chairman of the State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Subcommittee of the ‎House Appropriations Committee as Chief of Staff.‎

At the age of 13, Barry began working on grassroots political campaigns in his hometown in ‎Texas. This early involvement in campaigns became a passion as he eventually chaired a ‎successful congressional campaign on his college campus, Texas Tech University, which ‎opened the door to his first stint on Capitol Hill as an intern. He has worked or advised on ‎numerous federal, state and local races over the past 32 years.‎

Barry attended Texas Tech University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts, in ‎Political Science in 1989.‎

In addition to his involvement with the Company, Barry as a fifth generation Texan has ‎previously served as President of the National Board of Directors of the Texas Tech Alumni ‎Association and most recently served on the National Board of the Red Raider Club. Barry ‎currently serves as the First Vice President of the Texas State Society of Washington, D.C. and ‎on the Board of Governors of the National Republican Club of Capitol Hill.