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Triad Strategies Adds Todd Brysiak as VP of Government Affairs

HARRISBURG – Building on its experienced team of communications and lobbying professionals, Triad Strategies is proud to announce the addition of Todd Brysiak to the firm as vice  Todd_Website president of government affairs. Brysiak, who comes to Triad after more than 13 years of experience in state government, will anchor the firm’s lobbying and advocacy arm. Combining extensive work on both policy development and communications platforms, Brysiak has been at the forefront of nearly every major issue debated in Harrisburg in recent years. He has become known for his ability to bridge the gap among parties with diverse interests and perspectives, which has built a track record of success in the halls of the state Capitol.

Brysiak spent the last three years as chief of staff to the majority leader in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. His resume also includes terms as the executive director of the House Republican Policy Committee and communications coordinator and spokesman for the House Republican Appropriations Committee. Brysiak also served as communications director for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry.

“Bringing someone with Todd’s experience and reputation to Triad will undoubtedly strengthen the firm’s ability to serve our clients,” said Roy Wells, Triad president and managing partner. “His insight and perspectives are a real asset, and we are very proud to have him part of our team.”

Triad Strategies is a bipartisan lobbying and strategic communications firm, providing a wide range of public affairs and government relations services to for-profit and nonprofit organizations.

“Joining a firm with such a wide-ranging ability to serve its clients is an incredible opportunity,” said Brysiak. “The team’s experience is unique, and its commitment to clients is energizing. I am very excited about Triad’s future.”

Brysiak is a 2001 graduate of Lycoming College with a degree in communications and currently serves on the college’s athletic advisory board.


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