Employee Spotlight: Todd Oliver, Director of Government Affairs 

In November of 2019, Todd Oliver was named as the new Director of Government Affairs for SCI, LLC. As Director of Government Affairs, Todd is an advocate for logistics company clients and their use of independent contractors in the essential supply chain. He is responsible for monitoring state and federal legislation that impacts how independent contractors are defined and provides administrative defense litigation representation to SCI’s logistics company clients.

Todd has a B.A. in Economics from St. Lawrence University and a J.D. degree with a concentration in Business Law from Albany Law School. He worked in corporate banking at KeyBank for 17 years in various roles involving legal, client representation, auditing and lobbying, which laid the foundation for his current role. In 2015, Todd started working for SCI. 

“The success of our clients’ business is always paramount in my mind so I get great satisfaction when SCI can help them achieve a desired legal result or provide them useful tools and guidance.”

SCI employs a proactive approach to any legal issues and believes helping educate lawmakers on the Final-Mile industry and the many benefits and services available to independent contractors demystifies the Final-Mile segment. SCI is always trying to be proactive in an ever changing environment, making Todd’s position a vital one for this industry.

“My goals for the position are to continue to be a trusted advisor for SCI’s clients and to support thoughtful legislators that deal with the courier and transportation industry.”

Todd is a former board member of the Glens Falls Civic Center Foundation and he continues to support local efforts to make improvements to the regional sports and art entertainment facility. He has volunteered as a youth hockey coach for the last 8 years in support of the Adirondack Youth Hockey Association and his three children. Outside of the office, Todd is an avid golfer and enjoys skiing and boating with friends and family. 


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