As health care policy concerns continue to dominate the political landscape, you won’t want to miss Frederic “Freddy” Warner, Jr. at Village Republican Women’s general meeting on Wednesday, May 22. Mr. Warner is a sought after and well-respected expert in health care policy and health care politics at all levels of government. Health care issues will continue to grab headlines and be topics of political commercials, and you will be better prepared after hearing from Mr. Warner to discuss health care policy and politics with your neighbors and friends as we enter into the 2020 election cycle.
Freddy Warner joined Memorial Hermann Health System in 2008, and serves the system as Chief Government Relations Officer, responsible for federal, state and local advocacy.
Before coming to Memorial Hermann, he spent more than twenty years as a government relations, regulatory and business development consultant, working in a variety of legislative, campaign and regulatory capacities in more than 20 US states and in Washington, DC, with particular emphasis on the State of Texas; and for 3 years was Vice President of Governmental Affairs for the largest building materials company in the US.
Over the course of his career, he has represented numerous clients before federal, state and local elective bodies and regulatory entities, managed greenfield development projects, developed strategic plans, and created community investment and media campaigns for his clients.
He previously served in senior campaign and legislative capacities for a member of the Texas Congressional Delegation, a Texas State Senator, and for the Texas Lieutenant Governor.
He holds undergraduate degrees in Journalism and Political Science from Southern Methodist University, and a law degree from South Texas College of Law.
~ Deanna Harrington, Programs