Vince Randazzo is a public policy advisor to the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) in Washington, D.C., where he supports the organization’s advocacy initiatives, including those related to health care, research and financial empowerment. He has more than three decades of professional, managerial and executive leadership experience in government, business and public policy. Prior to becoming a consultant in 2013, Vince spent 20 years on Capitol Hill, including serving as Chief of Staff of the House Rules Committee and as a Deputy Chief of Staff of the House Financial Services Committee. He also served as a Director of Public Policy at the Business Roundtable, and as a Senior Vice President and Head of Government Relations at Wachovia Corporation (which was acquired by Wells Fargo), and then at the PNC Financial Services Group. During that time, Vince was also an active volunteer advocate for people with Down syndrome. He served on the boards of the Down Syndrome Association of Charlotte, and what was then called the Down Syndrome Research and Treatment Foundation, currently known as the LuMind IDSC.