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Congressional Notable Staffer Disclosures

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Congressional staffers are featured on our "notable staffer disclosures" pages if they have disclosures that met certain criteria. We spotlight work on campaigns, prior or current work for interest groups, gifts received, certain positions held and other matters. For more details, see under "Data entry" on our About Financial Disclosures page.

Note: LegiStorm comprehensively reviewed all filings from 2007-2012 for these notes. Years after 2012 have not been fully reviewed. We are keeping this historical information available for reference purposes but are not updating the information.

  • Kalipi, Davelyn Noelani (Noe)
    Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee
    2006 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with UPC Wind Management LLC to become director of government and community relations effective June 15. Employment agreement includes salary between $100,000 and $150,000, payment of relocation expenses.
  • Kamela, William C.
    Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee
    2008 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with Microsoft Corp. to become policy counsel, education, workforce and immigration. Terms of agreement include salary of $165,000, $80,000 signing bonus, split over two years post-hire and $100,000 on-hire stock award vested at 20%/year.
  • Katz, Ruth J.
    House Energy and Commerce Committee
    2010 Report Notes: Agreements: George Washington University (required maintenance of portion of TIAACREF Acct.)
  • Kiriakou, John C.
    Senate Foreign Relations Committee
    2010 Report Notes: Agreements: Agreement with Random House pursuant to the March 2010 release of his book The Reluctant Spy. Terms of the agreement include royalties of 10% for the first 5,000 copies sold, 12.5% for the next 5,000 copies, and 15% for all additional copies. 2009 Report Notes: Agreements: I have a contract to provide consulting services to ABC News that has been suspended for the duration of my federal employment.
  • Klein, Israel Shai (Izzy)
    Joint Economic Committee
    2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with Podesta Group to become a principal. Terms include salary between $250,001-$500,000; signing bonus between $15,001-$50,000.
  • Kleinbard, Edward David (Ed)
    Joint Committee on Taxation
    2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton, payments pursuant to former law firm's retirement plan. Payments are a fixed amount increased by standard COLA adjustment for salary as I am congressinoal staff; thereafter, they revert to firm's standard arrangement (fixed percentage of total firm profits)
  • Koch, Cathleen M. (Cathy)
    Senate Consultants
    2010 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment negotiations with General Electric to become co-leader of tax policy with salary between $250,000 and $500,000 with bonus and stock options
  • Kofinis, Chris
    Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV)
    2012 Report Notes: Agreements: Cencage Learning, book royalty, $1,000; Bridgepoint Education, book advance, $24,000; CK strategy, political work, $50,000-75,000; Luntz Global, management services consulting, $225,000-275,000 2011 Report Notes: Agreements: Agreement with Cencage Learning, book royalty, $1715; McMahon and Squier, annual bonus of $20,000 (2009); McMahon and Squier, annual bonus of $40,000 (2010)
  • Krebs, Thomas L. (Tom)
    House Financial Services Committee
    2011 Report Notes: Agreements: Haskell, Slaughter, Young and Rediken, $25,000 payment of partner's capital account upon withdrawal from the firm; Wise Alloys Inc., in lieu of payment director's fees are to be made to charities
  • Kruse, Kathleen C. (Kathy)
    Former Sen. Paul G. Kirk (D-MA) Retired
    2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment Agreement to become Vice President for Institutional Affairs (Salary between $150,000-$200,000) at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  • Kruzich, Tyler J.
    Senate Budget Committee
    2013 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with Chevron Corp. to become an environmental analyst with a salary between $150,000-200,000, and a signing bonus and relocation benefits worth between $15,000-50,000.