Rep. Proos announces new legislative staff

Published 12:20 pm Monday, January 10, 2005

By Staff
LANSING - Rep. John Proos, today announced his legislative staff for the 93rd legislative session, which begins Wednesday, Jan. 12.
Michael Webber of Rochester Hills and Becky Henley will serve as Rep. Proos' legislative aids. Both will be working on legislative and constituent issues with the representative.
Prior to joining Rep. Proos' staff, Webber worked in former Speaker Rick Johnson's office as assistant to the chief-of-staff. Webber also has served as deputy chief-of-staff to Sen. Nancy Cassis, R-Novi.
Webber's career in politics began in 2001 in Washington D.C. working in the state of Michigan's D.C. office under former Gov. John Engler. Mike Webber is a 2001 graduate of Michigan State University's James Madison College.
Becky Henley holds a B.A. in International Affairs from Marquette University and is a native of the Paw Paw area in Van Buren County in Southwest Michigan.
Prior to joining Rep. Proos' staff, Rebecca worked as a constituent service representative and district scheduler for Congressman Fred Upton.