Mark Delich

VP, Government Relations

Mark Delich is the Vice President of Government Relations at Mark leads the development of the organization’s federal immigration policy priorities and congressional outreach efforts.

Mark joined in 2016 with more than a decade of public policy experience, most recently as a senior advisor to Senator John McCain, where he was on the forefront of issues involving homeland security and immigration. There, he served as a lead staffer on a number of high-profile legislative initiatives, including the comprehensive immigration reform bill S. 744, which passed in the Senate with an overwhelming majority in December 2013. Prior to advising Sen. McCain, Mark was the director of policy at the Reform Institute, where he set the strategic direction for the Institute's policy work on immigration and homeland security issues.