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Stanley V. White

Stanley V. White-headshot-Vice President Stanley White brings nearly 30 years of experience in the House of Representatives to the table on behalf of Capstone National Partners’ clients. He served as Chief of Staff to Congressman Robert A. Brady (D-PA) from 1998 to January 2019. In addition to his management functions, Stan developed and implemented Brady’s legislative, policy and political agendas, and oversaw his work on the powerful House Armed Services Committee (HASC). Until his retirement, Brady was the second most senior Democrat on the HASC, where he served on the Military Personnel Subcommittee.
Because Congressman Brady was Chair of and later, Ranking Democrat on, the Committee on House Administration (CHA), Stan also assisted other Members of Congress solve operational challenges in the House.

Stan began his extensive political career as a volunteer on several campaigns before being hired employed as a fundraiser on the successful reelection campaign of Philadelphia Mayor W. Wilson Goode. From 1993 to 1998, Stan served as District Director and then Senior Legislative assistant for Congressman Tom Foglietta, who represented Philadelphia at the time. He also managed two of Foglietta’s successful reelection campaigns. He managed Brady’s first congressional campaign in 1998 and continues to assist Brady in his role as the longest serving Chairman of Philadelphia, PA’s Democratic Party.

Stan has developed an extensive bi-partisan network on the Hill and in Philadelphia. That network was enhanced by Stan’s long-time service as Vice President for Professional Development for the House Chiefs of Staff Association, as a member of The Pew Charitable Trusts Bipartisan House of Representatives Chiefs of Staff Program Advisory Committee and the Senior Congressional Staff Advisory Council of The Congressional Study Groups, a subsidiary of The United States Association of Former Members of Congress. He has recently joined the US-Asia Institute’s Congressional Circle, an alumni association of former Congressional advisors interested in promoting business, cultural and political ties between the United States and Asia.