Sean Carroll Stepping Down as CFSI Director of Government Affairs After 17 Years of Dedicated Service

The Congressional Fire Services Institute announced that Sean Carroll, Director of Government Affairs, has resigned from his position after 17 years of dedicated service to our nation’s fire and emergency services. He recently accepted a position with Kidde as its Associate Director of Government Relations.

Sean’s work at CFSI has had a tremendous impact on our nation’s first responders and the family members of our fallen heroes. Since 2002, he has advocated for the CFSI legislative agenda by developing working relationships on Capitol Hill with members of Congress in the Senate and House on both sides of the political aisle and offering his counsel and knowledge on a broad range of issues. He has also organized and facilitated coalitions that worked together to advance many of the fire service’s legislative priorities, including reauthorization of the AFG and SAFER grant programs and the United States Fire Administration, as well as the Fire Sprinkler Incentive Act. For over 15 years, Sean was recognized as one of the fire service’s most knowledgeable advisors on all matters relating to the Public Safety Officers’ Benefits Program.

“The CFSI Board of Directors and staff express their thanks and gratitude to Sean for his 17 years of service to the organization,” said Bill Jenaway, CFSI President. “His contributions are immeasurable, benefiting our organization but more importantly the men and women of our nation’s fire and emergency services. We wish him the very best as he takes on new challenges with Kidde.”