ODESSA, TX — Congressional candidate Jamie Berryhill Friday announced his board of advisors which consists of experts that span across various industries including oil and gas, healthcare, agriculture, and immigration according to a press release.
“In my years of creating, leading and consulting businesses, I learned the great value of surrounding yourself with individuals who are of exceptional character and who know what they are talking about. This amazing group is just as dedicated to preserving our freedoms as I am,” said Berryhill. “I am blessed to know each of these capable people, and I’m grateful they’ve pledged to stand alongside me in this journey and offer their expertise on issues that matter greatly to the people of District 11.”
The following is a list of members on Berryhill’s advisory board, each covering issues relating to their area of expertise:
Oil and Gas
Lee Dunn — Dunn is Vice President of Business Development at CrownQuest Operating LLC in Midland. He began his career as a banker at Wells Fargo before joining his father Tim Dunn at CrownQuest. Since 2010, Dunn has helped spearhead more than $1 billion in divestitures. Dunn also serves alongside his father on the board for politically influential conservative group Empower Texans.
Dick Saulsbury — Saulsbury is Founder and CEO of Saulsbury Industrial Group in Odessa. Saulsbury was working on derricks at 11 years old. He founded his first company, Saulsbury Electric in 1967, then expanded the organization to include Saulcon, his construction company in 1980. At the time, Saulcon was the only organization in the Permian Basin capable of providing total construction services: general construction and instrumentation and engineering. In 1994 Saulsbury added Saulsbury Engineering to create the basis of Saulsbury Industries. Saulsbury has long contributed to conservative causes, especially those that are involved in strengthening pro-Israel policies and preserving first and second amendment rights.
Dr. Richard Bartlett — Bartlett has been practicing medicine as a family physician in Odessa for more than 30 years. He has served four terms as president of the Ector County Medical Society, and has been involved with humanitarian relief efforts such as World Missions Alliance. Bartlett has been instrumental spiritually and medically in both the Middle East and Far East.
Immigration and Policy
Eliel Rosa — Rosa is an immigrant from Brazil who came to America as an asylee with aspirations to earn his PhD in Public Policy and Constitutional Law. He is the founder of Nehemiah School of Government, a ministry aimed at educating Americans and inspiring immigrants to reestablish America as the Shining City on a Hill. Prior to immigrating and settling in Midland with his wife and children, Rosa worked as a public policy consultant in nearly two dozen countries. For two years he worked for the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), and for the Organization for Development of Latin America and the Caribbean, headquartered in Lima, Peru, for eight years.