Roger Hollingsworth is the Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Global Government Relations for Managed Funds Association and is responsible for the development, implementation, and execution of MFA’s advocacy and outreach efforts before domestic and international policy makers.
Prior to joining MFA, Roger served as the deputy staff director and senior policy advisor for the U.S. Senate Banking Committee under then-Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd (D-CT) where he, among other responsibilities, helped shepherd the Committee’s policy agenda throughout the 110th Congress, including coordinating the Committee’s legislative and policy response during the earliest stages of the mortgage, credit, and financial crisis, which led to the Committee’s eventual development, and passage, of the landmark Dodd-Frank financial regulatory reform legislation. In addition to his work on behalf of Chairman Dodd, Roger spent nearly a decade on Capitol Hill; including stints as deputy chief of staff, legislative director, and senior committee aide to several other United States Senators, including Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY).
A native New Yorker, Roger received his B.A. from the University at Albany, State University of New York, and did his graduate work at the University of Maryland.