Adam Neylon (b. December 30, 1984) is currently a Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly representing the 98th District. Neylon represents Waukesha County which includes part of the city of Pewaukee and Sussex. He is currently in his 1st term.
Early Life and Education
Neylon was born in Elgin, IL and graduated from H.D. Jacobs (IL) High School in 2003. He later graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from Carroll University in 2008.
In addition to serving as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, Neylon is also the owner of a commercial window cleaning business. Prior to his work in the Wisconsin Chamber, Neylon was a legislative staff to United States Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner and State Representative Bill Kramer.
Neylon was first elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 2013 through a special election.
Representative Neylon serves on the following committees:
- Committee on Children and Families
- Committee on Energy and Utilities
- Committee on Government Operations and State Licensing
- Committee on State Affairs
- Legislative State Supported Programs Study and Advisory Committee