Sarah Keller

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Director, Communications & Strategy

Sarah Keller is the Director of Communications for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and is the team lead for issues related to international trade and investment as well as technology and innovation.

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The Cost of Inaction is Too Great: Congress Must Pass A Phase 4 Coronavirus Relief Package

Congress needs to pass a Phase 4 coronavirus relief package now to help these 7 groups and industries hit hard by COVID-19.

Dear Washington: Messages from Main Street on the Health Insurance Tax

One of the biggest challenges business owners face is the rising costs associated with this Obamacare's tax.

Dear Washington: Messages from Main Street on Developing an Educated Workforce, Part 2

One of the biggest challenges business owners face is finding enough skilled workers.

Dear Washington: Messages from Main Street on Infrastructure, Part 2

As part of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's #LetsGrow campaign, we are visiting entrepreneurs in their hometowns, sitting down with small business owners during their visits to Washington, and listening to America's job creators during roundtables and congressional hearings to hear what they need from Washington to grow their business.

Dear Washington: Messages from Main Street on Building an Educated Workforce

One of the biggest challenges businesses owners have is finding enough skilled workers.

Dear Washington: Messages from Main Street on the Power of Free Enterprise, Part 2

During the first 100 days of this year, we embarked on a small business listening tour around the country. As part of #LetsGrow campaign, we visited entrepreneurs in their hometowns, sat down with small business owners during their visits to Washington, and listened to job creators during roundtables and congressional hearings to hear what they had to say.

One Small Step for the U.S. Senate, One Giant Leap for Regulatory Reform

Now is the time to modernize our regulatory system. Let’s put commonsense first and finally pass the Regulatory Accountability Act.