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Douglas Matheney

Energy (joined: Jan. 20, 2017)

Assistant to the Secretary, Office of the Secretary | Special Advisor, Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy | $79,720 | Financial Disclosure »

Bio, via Metal Trades Department, AFL-CIO:

Douglas A. “Doug” Matheney is the Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Department of Energy, as a liaison assigned to the Office of Fossil Energy. A native of Southeast Ohio, Mr. Matheney worked in the coal industry from 1976 to 1993. After leaving the coal industry, he served as a consultant for the Ohio Coal Association and the National Mining Association, working on coal issues with various elected officials in Ohio, West Virginia, and Kentucky. He also handled coal and energy issues for Americans for Prosperity. In addition to his industry and consulting experience, Mr. Matheney also served as County Commissioner for Morgan County, Ohio from 1983 to 1991. In 2016, he joined the Trump presidential campaign, where he managed 11 counties in Southeast Ohio.

Former Positions Outside Government

Former Compensation Sources

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Employment Assets

Description Value Income
United Mine Worker's of America, defined benefit plan (value not readily ascertainable) $288
Republican National Committee $14,000
Matheny and Matheny (started an LLC in May 2015 before was consulting as a DBA $25,000
Bladsel Group - see endnote
Donald J Trump for America - see endnote

Employment Agreements and Arrangements

Employer or Party City, State Status and Terms Date
United Mine Workers of America Triangle, Virginia I will continue to participate in this defined benefit plan. 3/1976

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