Paul Lycos learned the basics of effective political communication at age 7. He was so concerned that an old iron bridge in his home town might collapse that he sent a letter to the City’s Mayor, resulting in the Mayor’s appearance in Paul’s second grade classroom to address his and other students’ questions. Since then Paul has assisted in numerous local, state, and national campaigns. He currently serves as a Precinct Committeeman in Arizona’s 24th Legislative District, and was elected as a National Delegate to represent Gov. Mitt Romney at the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa. Paul currently works as an attorney with Beus Gilbert PLLC. His professional experience includes work at investment bank Lazard Frères & Co., as a research consultant and assistant to Harvard Law Professor Hal S. Scott (at the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation), and as a Law Clerk at the White House Counsel’s Office under President George W. Bush.
Paul received a B.A. in Government & Law at Lafayette College, a J.D. from Boston College Law School, an LL.M. in Air & Space Law from McGill University, and a Masters of Finance from Harvard University.