Michael Woeste

30under30-LOGOAs an undergraduate Mike served his chapter as Historian, Standards Board Chair and member of the Housing Corp. In only a few short years since graduating Mike has had success in both the public and private sectors of Washington, DC. Following his time at Miami he moved to the nation’s capital where he began working for one of the city’s leading public relations firms. While there he was the youngest member of the staff and serviced Fortune 500 companies and major trade associations in the fields of energy, financial services, transportation and telecommunications in client management and strategy implementation. Michael then followed his passion for politics and left his firm for the Hill. He currently is working as the Deputy Press Secretary for the House Judiciary Committee where he is one of the youngest member of the team. The committee helps staff one of the most important committees in Congress with their media relations. He also handles all media duties for the Regulatory Reform and Constitution & Civil Justice Subcommittees. Mike maintains his commitment to Pi Kappa Phi, and continues his now six-year tradition of attending every Journey of Hope arrival on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol.

Advice you wish you had graduating:
“Take advantage of an experience. Always take advice when you can and always take an open opportunity when you can.”