Todd BryziakVice President of Government Affairs
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As the newest addition to our firm, Todd Brysiak brings to Triad a wealth of knowledge that strengthens the position of our clients in the halls of the state Capitol.

For more than 13 years, Todd has been fixture in the Pennsylvania General Assembly and earned a reputation as a key player in a world of complex issues. Prior to joining Triad, Todd served as chief of staff to the majority leader in the House of Representatives, where he was front-and-center for every major public policy decision.

His tenure in the House also included terms as executive director of the Republican Policy Committee and director of communications for the House Republican Appropriations Committee. Todd also served as communications director for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, the state’s largest broad-based business association.

In a world where results are defining, Todd has earned respect across party lines and throughout the various arms of state government. Tapped by PoliticsPA as one of Harrisburg’s Smartest Staffers, he is known as a guy who understands the intricate details of even the most complex issues and – more importantly – also knows how bring the various views of different parties together and get things done.

Todd’s unique experience and skill set have helped yield significant wins on both the communications and policy development platforms. His track record speaks for itself. He played an integral role in guiding the state’s business tax reforms in 2013 and was a leader in promoting the benefits of a multi-billion transportation funding plan. Most recently, Todd led negotiations on the state’s new, historic pension reform law and orchestrated the deal on a major fix to Pennsylvania’s unemployment compensation system.

When he is not working the halls of the Capitol or developing winning messages for Triad clients, Todd spends his down time playing ice hockey and golfing. He is also an active advocate in the Harrisburg region for efforts that promote funding and awareness for pediatric cancer.

A native of Delaware County and a graduate of Lycoming College, Todd currently lives in Camp Hill with his wife and two children.