Danny Cromer - Strategic Partner

 

Danny Cromer has played an integral part in our Nation’s federal grant development programs, transportation and infrastructure initiatives and land acquisition projects over the last 30 years.  Mr. Cromer brings to MGA an extensive knowledge of federal transportation and infrastructure policy issues along with his firsthand experience working on historic preservation, transportation, energy, and water projects and programs. He also brings to his engagements working relationships in the public and private sectors in areas such as natural resources, labor and employment, and the Department of Energy.

Before associating with MGA, Mr. Cromer worked for The Honorable James E. Clyburn, U. S. House of Representatives as his Legislative Director. While serving in that role, he secured hundreds of millions of dollars for the Congressman’s priorities, both in the Congressional District and nationwide. Mr. Cromer also worked for Governors Riley and Campbell of South Carolina. In those roles, he was responsible for the intergovernmental review by state agencies and local governments for all federal programs, grants, and direct federal development across the state.

 

Mr. Cromer brings with him many successes on the state and federal level. He was instrumental in creating legislation that enacted whistleblower protection for airline employees. He was also successful in retaining important funding for the Department of Energy’s Mixed Oxide (MOX) fuel program and he was instrumental in the relocation of the Department of Energy’s contracted nuclear laundry facility from downtown Columbia, South Carolina to a safer remote rural facility.

 

Danny Cromer’s work on historic preservation legislation is of significance as well. The South Carolina National Heritage Corridor Act; The Historically Black Colleges and Universities Historic Preservation Act; and The Gullah/Geechee National Heritage Corridor Act are only a few of his success while serving as the legislative director for Congressman Clyburn.

 

At MGA Mr. Cromer will be focused on a number of issues to include transportation, historic preservation, infrastructure, energy and water, and military issues.  He has significant experience and expertise in these areas and while serving as congressional staff was on the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee, Committee on Appropriations, U. S. House of Representatives. Mr. Cromer’s experience and expertise in the above areas will be of significant value to MGA’s current and future clients.

 

Mr. Cromer graduated with a B. A., in Political Science from the University of South Carolina and did graduate studies in the Master of Public Administration and the Master of Social Work programs at the University of South Carolina.