Rhode Islanders, you need to know your representative in U.S Congress. You need to understand and trust them. Meet Dylan Conley, who is vying to be the next congressperson for Rhode Island’s second district.
Dylan Conley grew up in East Providence, Rhode Island, attending St. Brendan School and St. Brendan Church, then La Salle Academy. He attended Boston College studying history, political science, philosophy, and Middle Eastern studies. Meanwhile, Dylan held a mix of jobs and internships, including working with former U.S. Representative Patrick Kennedy and former Governor Deval Patrick, as well as being a member of the famed Fenway Park Street Crew. Dylan went to Florida State University’s College of Law, and studied abroad at University of Oxford for a summer. After moving back to Rhode Island, Dylan helped expand his father’s law firm, the Law Office of William J. Conley, Jr., serving as the attorney for several municipalities, town councils, unions, planning and zoning boards, licensing boards, school committees, housing authorities, and private clients engaging local governments. He was part of Millennial Rhode Island’s first board of directors, helping shape the 501c3 organization’s unique role in Rhode Island’s education, business, and non-profit communities. Dylan currently serves on the board of the Federal Hill House Association, a community center in Providence’s West End, and is the Chair of the Providence Board of Licenses. Dylan lives in the West End of Providence with his wife, Jenica, their young son Copeland James, and beloved rescue pup Chewbacca.