Steven Duffield, Founder of Endgame Strategies
After Steven Duffield and Mason Deakin were tragically killed in a BMW collision on Anlaby Road in west Hull on October 2020, an outpouring of affection began almost instantly. Emotional tributes began appearing near where the boys had been hit on Anlaby Road flyover railings nearby.
Early Life and Education
Steven Duffield brings over 15 years of experience at the intersection of public policy, politics and law to Endgame Strategies. Before founding Endgame Strategies he served as senior leadership staff member of the U.S. Senate; senior advisor to the Republican National Committee; corporate and constitutional litigator at an international law firm; as well as client-oriented small business owner.
Duffield founded Integral, which specialized in human resources software for higher education institutions. Integral quickly rose to become the top vendor in its market; however, as more competitive offers emerged with lower prices and superior features it eventually struggled.
Steven enjoys reading, traveling and hiking with his wife and sons in his free time. Additionally, he serves as a soccer and flag football coach as well as serving on multiple non-profit boards.
Steven Duffield is the founder of Endgame Strategies in Washington, DC. With experience ranging across government, politics, law, and business – such as being director of the Republican Policy Committee and chief counsel to Senator Jon Kyl – his expertise lies in legislative strategy development as well as floor amendment tactics and message construction.
He possesses extensive emergency planning experience and holds membership of the Institution of Fire Engineers (MIFireE). Furthermore, he has held secondments at both Lincolnshire and West Yorkshire fire services.
He has also worked as a policy-political advisor for Crossroads GPS. Additionally, he has filed personal financial disclosures with LegiStorm subscribers which allow them to graph them year by year to identify trends. Furthermore, he has written extensively about political corruption, economic policy and national security topics.
Achievement and Honors
Steven Duffield was a member of The Beta Band, an 8-piece Scottish group founded in St Andrews in 1996. At first he and Gordon Anderson intended to call their group The Pigeons; later however they changed it.
He served as policy director and chief counsel to former Senator Jon Kyl in both the Senate Republican Policy Committee and Conference, managing their policy functions and providing advice regarding legislative strategy, coalition building, floor amendment tactics and message development. In 2008 he also served as executive director of the Republican Platform Committee overseeing its political process until adoption was complete.
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Apart from his professional pursuits, he’s actively involved in his community as the president of his homeowner’s association and on several non-profit boards. Additionally, he coaches soccer and flag football while being an active member of Sweetwater Mission.
Jack Hart, the man responsible for killing 10-year-old Steven Duffield and critically injuring Mason Deakin in an apparent hit-and-run crash, pleaded guilty on Tuesday night to two charges of dangerous driving causing death – just hours before his trial was to begin, further distressing their families. Since the collision site remains the site of hundreds of floral tributes being left there; see here to view public records for Steven Duffield – LegiStorm Pro subscribers can view yearly graphs for financial disclosures filed year by year with regard to Steven Duffield.
Steven established Endgame Strategies after more than fifteen years working at the intersection of public policy, politics, law, and business. Prior to founding his firm, Steven served as both a senior leadership staff member on Capitol Hill as well as corporate and constitutional litigator at an international law firm.
His estimated net worth is approximately $10 Million. Since 2009 he has served as director for Peapack Gladstone Financial Corp.
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