Daryl Muller serves as managing vice president of membership at the National Association of Manufacturers. He leads the teams responsible for recruiting and retaining the NAM’s small and medium-sized members through engagement in advocacy initiatives both in Washington and across the country.
Mr. Muller brings years of experience in advisory services, member relations and product development in the advocacy and government affairs industry.
Prior to his current role, he was part of the transformation of National Journal Group from a subscription-based news service to advisory services firm. During his tenure, he led the growth of the government affairs practice, policy brand management practices, and was part of the teams that launched the advocacy communications practice and a research-based engagement producing network analysis of policy and advocacy stakeholders.
Provided the opportunity to launch POLITICO’s subscription service, POLITICO Pro, Mr. Muller launched several news policy verticals, and as managing director, he was on the leadership team driving growth strategy, developing service standards and crafting marketing communication guidelines for front-line staff.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Muller worked for the Health Industry Distributors Association during a period of unprecedented legislative and regulatory changes for the health care supply chain. Working with HIDA’s government affairs team, he was responsible for educating and engaging member organizations on policy issues impacting suppliers and manufacturers.
Mr. Muller began his career at the Advisory Board Company working with hospital administrators to identify best-in-class operations that would offset the impact of regulations from the Balance Budget Act of 1997.
A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, and Chattanooga, Tennessee, he graduated from The George Washington University, is a certified association executive with the American Society of Association Executives and is a volunteer for various organizations in his community.
Mr. Muller lives with his spouse, Bill, in Washington, D.C.