Executive

Chris McKinny

Chris McKinny previously worked as a policy advisor to legislative leadership in the Wisconsin State Assembly.  Most recently, he served as Legislative Director for Minority Leader Gordon Hintz.  Prior to working in the legislature, he worked as a staff attorney for Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc.  and as a policy analyst for Wisconsin’s Medicaid program.

 

Chris went to college at Gonzaga University, double-majoring in political science and history.  He then graduated from Marquette University Law School.

Gillian Drummond

Gillian Drummond was senior advisor to AG Kaul’s campaign. Prior to that, she led campaign communications for Justice Rebecca Dallet’s campaign for state supreme court justice, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Hillary for Wisconsin, and Mayor Tom Barrett. She also served as communications director for State Senator Chris Larson during his term as minority leader. Drummond earned her B.A. in political science, with a focus in public policy, from George Washington University.

Ashley Viste

Prior to her work as campaign manager on AG Kaul’s successful campaign, Ashley Viste worked on campaigns for United States Senator Tammy Baldwin, Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers, and State Senator Dave Hansen. She received her B.A. in political science and environmental studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Eric J. Wilson

Eric Wilson previously worked as an Assistant United States Attorney in Chicago and an Assistant Attorney General at the Wisconsin Department of Justice. He re-joined the Wisconsin Department of Justice after working for more than a decade in private practice in Madison.

 

Josh Kaul

Josh Kaul was sworn in as Wisconsin’s 45th Attorney General on January 7, 2019. Josh’s top priority is public safety. Under his leadership, the Wisconsin Department of Justice has worked to combat the opioid epidemic and the increasing use of meth in Wisconsin, to make our schools and communities safer from gun violence, and to pass legislation designed to prevent Wisconsin from having another backlog of untested sexual assault kits.

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