Congresswoman Haley Stevens
U.S. House of Congress
Congresswoman Haley Stevens was born in Rochester Hills, Michigan, and graduated from Seaholm High School in Birmingham. She earned a master’s degree in social policy and philosophy and a bachelor’s in political science and philosophy from American University.
Before being elected to Congress, Congresswoman Stevens served as the Chief of Staff to the U.S. Auto Rescue Task Force, the federal initiative responsible for saving General Motors, Chrysler, and 200,000 Michigan Jobs. She also played a crucial role in setting up the Office of Recovery for Automotive Communities and Workers and the White House Office of Manufacturing Policy. After serving in the Obama Administration, Congresswoman Stevens worked in a manufacturing research lab focused on the future of work in the digital age.
Congresswoman Haley Stevens sits on the House Committees on Education and the Workforce and Science, Space & Technology, where she serves as the Ranking Member of the Research & Technology Subcommittee. In the 118th Congress, she was appointed to the new U.S. House Select Committee on Strategic Competition between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party. On these Committees, Congresswoman Stevens serves as the leading voice for Michigan’s best-in-class manufacturers and workforce, increased investment in critical research and development, and solutions to address the real issues impacting kids in schools, including gun violence prevention, school nutrition, and full IDEA funding.
Congress Congresswoman Stevens played a central role in advancing the CHIPS and Science Act, a historic investment our research institutions and in American manufacturing. The final package included several bills that she authored and moved through the Committee, including the CHIPPING IN Act to expand and diversify the U.S. chips workforce and the NIST for the Future Act, a comprehensive reauthorization for the agency that supports U.S. competitiveness through precision measurement research, technology development, partnerships with industry, facilitating and developing standards. Her first bill signed into law, the Building Blocks of STEM Act, advanced the role of girls and students of color in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields, a core priority of Congresswoman Stevens. This bill became law during her first year in office.
Congresswoman Stevens resides in Birmingham, Michigan, and is frequently seen walking through the many communities of her beloved Oakland County.