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Adi Sathi

General Services Fellow

Congressional Office

Senator Orrin Hatch

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After completing both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the University of Michigan, Adi was elected in February 2015 as a statewide Vice Chair of the Michigan Republican Party at the age of 24. For his work in this role, he was recognized on Newsmax’s list of 30 Most Influential Republicans 30 and Under in January 2016.

 

Over the last six years, Adi has managed, consulted on, and volunteered for numerous successful political campaigns at the local, state, and federal level. As a student, he was elected to serve as the Executive Director of the Association of Big Ten Students, an organization that consists of the 14 Big Ten schools from 11 different states and represents over 540,000 students. For his work in this role, he was invited to the 2013 White House Youth Summit and recognized by Red Alert Politics on their 2014 ’30 Under 30′ list. Most recently, Adi worked as the Deputy Executive Director of the Republican Hindu Coalition, a Washington, D.C. based nonprofit organization that advocates for the Indian American community within the Republican Party.

 

Adi is a 2016 Fellow in the Michigan Political Leadership Program through Michigan State University’s Institute of Public Policy and Social Research. In his free time, Adi enjoys cheering on Michigan sports teams, working out, and watching Netflix documentaries.
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