Wiley Nickel

Wiley Nickel is currently serving his first term in Congress as the U.S. Representative of the 13th District of North Carolina which includes Wake, Wayne, Johnston and Harnett Counties. Wiley lives in Cary with his wife, Caroline, and their two kids. Wiley earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Tulane University and later graduated from the Pepperdine University School of Law. Prior to being elected to Congress, Wiley served as a North Carolina State Senator, attorney, small business owner and worked for two White House administrations. Having served in a divided legislature, Wiley understands the importance of reaching across the aisle and finding common ground while defending fundamental North Carolina values. As a state Senator, Wiley fought for the issues that matter most to North Carolinians: lowering the cost of living, expanding access to affordable health care, protecting voting rights and women’s reproductive health rights. Wiley is a pragmatic problem solver who is focused on finding solutions and delivering results for the people of North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District. Wiley is committed to representing every constituent in North Carolina's 13th District and delivering bipartisan results as their voice in Washington.

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    • 3:35 – 4:00 p.m.

      Congress and Fintech in 2024

      2023-11-07 Moderator: Emily Wilkins, Washington Correspondent, CNBC   Speakers: French Hill (R), U.S. Representative, Arkansas Vice Chair, House Financial Services Committee Wiley Nickel (D), U.S.