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Dan O’Neill is the Principal of WBC Global, an international affairs and government relations consulting firm serving multinational clients in Washington DC. 


Dan O'Neill has more than thirty years of experience in the areas of policy development and government affairs. He has worked in Congress and the private sector.  His clients receive in-depth knowledge of the actions of the U.S. Congress, the White House, federal agencies and numerous international organizations including the WTO, OECD and ABAC.


Mr. O'Neill has a reputation of ensuring his clients receive the most up-to-date analysis. He delivers information and analysis on a diverse set of public policy matters including international investment, international trade, information technology, Internet governance as well as economic sanctions. 


Prior to launching WBC Global in 2002, Mr. O’Neill was a Senior Vice President at Jefferson Waterman International, leading the Japanese business practice.  He was also a Vice President with Newmyer Associates.


Mr. O’Neill started his government affairs policy work as the Director, Policy and Research for the Fujitsu Limited Washington Office. 


His career in Washington, DC started as a Legislative Assistant for International Trade in the Office of U.S. Senator Brock Adams (D-WA).  


Before coming to Washington, DC, he served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ghana, West Africa.


Mr. O’Neill holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/International Relations from Oregon State University. 

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