Triad Network

Triad Strategies has established a network of consultants and strategic partners, who offer subject matter expertise in a variety of areas to help clients achieve their objectives.


David Dumeyer

David Dumeyer

Anthony V. Mannino

Anthony V. Mannino, Esq

Jeffery Hunsicker

Jeffrey Hunsicker

Jennifer Mann

Jennifer Mann

George Wolff

George Wolff

Strategic Partners: 


DTI Development Inc. was founded in 2007 by Dennis Troy, who has more than 20 years of economic development experience in both the private and public sectors.  Dennis served as director and deputy director of economic development for Allegheny County, where he managed a number of high-profile projects, including the mixed-use 300-acre site known as the Waterfront and the redevelopment of a 10-acre mixed-use site known as Brentwood Town Square.  He also served as the lead representative for Allegheny County during negotiations involving new venues for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Steelers.  His success continues in the private sector as evidenced by the vast scope of projects DTI has helped manage and develop.  

Some of his most notable work includes his service as the owner's representative for Pitt Ohio Express in the construction of one of the nation's first LEED Certified trucking and maintenance facilities.  Additionally, Dennis represented the Cork Factory Lofts Project since its inception.  It was later named the Best Redevelopment Project in the U.S. by the Urban Land Institute.     

Based in Harrisburg, Versant Strategies conducts government relations, regulatory work and a variety of related services for a roster of clients, ranging from Fortune 500 companies, to statewide and national trade associations, to family-owned farms and businesses.

With a senior consulting team comprised of leading educators, business leaders and policymakers who have served at the highest echelons of state government, Versant Strategies is one of the premier public affairs firms specializing in agricultural, environmental, educational and rural interests in the northeastern United States.

Aspire Grant & Development’s mission is to assist corporations and nonprofit organizations with competitive public funding awards, at the state, federal and local levels. Through years of experience in writing and grant management, we have helped clients reach their funding goals.

Capalino+Company is the leading government relations and strategic consulting firm in New York City, providing insight and expertise to drive long-term, sustainable growth for both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. With a team of experienced, well-connected professionals, we help our clients resolve issues with city agencies, secure land-use approvals, raise public-sector funds, work with communities, and deploy effective corporate social responsibility programs, leading to sustainable success.

  • David Dumeyer, Senior Consultant

    One of Triad’s senior consultants is Dave Dumeyer, is also owner of Dave Dumeyer Consulting, LLC.  The firm specializes in educational policy and political organizations, a mix he learned through a change in careers. Dave toiled sixteen years in the vineyards of public education, teaching foreign languages and social studies. He later worked in the state legislature, where he dealt extensively with agricultural and educational policy.

    His government experience encompasses 21 years as a House of Representatives staff member and, ultimately, as Executive Director of the House Education Committee. During his tenure, he helped to draft a number of key pieces of legislation.  One of the most prominent was Act 48, which mandates the continuing education of Commonwealth-certified teachers.

    Dave also brings local government experience to the table, having served as an elected township supervisor in West Hempfield Township for over two decades, the last seven of those as chairman of the board.  In addition to serving the township residents, Dave sits as a regional representative to the Lancaster County Tax Collection Bureau, one of Pennsylvania’s premier tax commissions.

    Dave brings multiple levels of value to Triad Strategies: his numerous contacts in state and local government and politics; his aptitude for researching  and analyzing complex policy problems; his ability to find solutions to difficult questions; and his knack for brokering successful deals.  The latter skill was honed through his local political activities in Pennsylvania’s most Republican county, Lancaster, where he served over six years as the county chairman.  Throughout his chairmanship, he had an unblemished record of leading the Lancaster County GOP to victorious campaigns for county, state and federal offices.

    Dave also is treasured asset to some of Triad’s non-profit clients but his service doesn’t stop at the office door.  He has been personally involved in Rotary, 4-H, Scouting, his congregation, and the Lancaster County educational community.  He currently teaches U.S. History and the History of Western Civilization on an adjunct basis at the Lancaster campus of Harrisburg Area Community College.

    Dave received his BA in German (education) from Susquehanna University and his MA in American history from Millersville University.  He lives with Donna, his wife of 42 years, in Landisville, PA. They are the parents of two married daughters and six grandkids. His roots, however, are in western Pennsylvania, as evidenced by his true passion: the Pittsburgh Steelers.

  • Anthony V. Mannino, Esq., Senior Consultant

    Tony is a senior consultant with Triad and has more than 20 years experience in the public and private sectors. He is experienced in developing and executing organizational strategies for operations and communications, and maintains trusted relationships throughout southeastern Pennsylvania with leaders in government and business.

    Tony presently serves as Chief Operating Officer at Wolf Commercial Real Estate/CORFAC International, where he provides executive-level leadership to a sales and administrative team. In addition to internal management, he is responsible for enhancing marketing and business development functions, directing recruiting efforts, and implementing strategies for corporate growth in new markets and business lines.

    Tony served as a legislative Chief of Staff in the Pennsylvania General Assembly from 2006-2015, working first for a House member in Delaware County and then as Chief of Staff for the First Senate District in Philadelphia. Tony’s experience on the front lines gives him an insider’s view on how to successfully identify, engage, and persuade government and community stakeholders, as well as intimate knowledge of the inner workings of state and local government.

    Prior to his public service, Tony spent more than a decade as an attorney in the private sector, handling commercial landlord-tenant, property subrogation, and other commercial litigation matters for a variety of institutional clients.

    Tony presently serves on the Board of Directors at the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority, the agency which manages, maintains, and markets port facilities along the Delaware River in Pennsylvania. He previously served as a state Senate designee to the Pennsylvania Public School Employees Retirement System, and as a Commissioner Alternate at the Delaware River Port Authority.

    Tony has been actively involved in many civic and community organizations in Philadelphia. He presently serves on the Board of Directors of the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia, where he is also a member of the Executive Committee and chair of the Advocacy Committee.

    Tony has a J.D. from Temple University School of Law and a B.B.A. in Accounting from Temple University. He is licensed to practice law in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and is also a licensed Pennsylvania real estate salesperson.

  • Jeffery Hunsicker, Senior Consultant

    After working in various positions with the Service Employees International Union for nearly thirty years,  Jeffery Hunsicker left the organization and founded Hunsicker Strategies,  a firm focused on government relations,  strategic campaigns and political analysis.  Since its founding in September of 2014, Hunsicker Strategies has provided services to a wide range of clients, including: the Blue Green Alliance,  The Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees, Triad Strategies, the Pennsylvania Budget & Policy Center, Good Jobs PA PAC,  Service Employees International Union, and Morgan Plant and Associates.

    With SEIU, Jeff worked extensively on issues impacting working families, human services and social sevices workers, as well as registered nurses and other health care workers.  He also gained extensive experience on election campaigns at the state and federal levels.

    Prior to joining SEIU Jeff worked for various organizations in the areas of community organizing and issue advocacy.   He is a graduate of Bloomsburg University (then Bloomsburg State College).

  • Jennifer L. Mann, Senior Consultant

    Jennifer L. Mann is the founder and president of JL Mann Consulting, LLC, a firm that provides customized business solutions to a wide array of companies. A former longtime member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and small-business owner, Jennifer is relied on for her effective cost-cutting strategies and her dedication to helping companies grow.

    Elected to serve her hometown of Allentown in her 20s, Jennifer was a state representative from 1998 to 2012, quickly earning a reputation as a skilled facilitator, consensus-builder and mentor. In 2008, her colleagues elected her to the post of Caucus Secretary, making her only the third woman to serve in a House Democratic leadership position since the Pennsylvania legislature was formed in 1682. As a member of the national Democratic Leadership Council (DLC) Leadership Team, Jennifer served as chairwoman of the DLC’s State Legislative Advisory Board and was named to the DLC’s “100 to Watch” list in 2000.

    Prior to serving in the House, Jennifer launched and managed a successful wireless telecommunications business in Allentown. That experience, combined with her legislative focus on business-friendly economic policies, gives Jennifer a unique understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with entrepreneurship and business leadership.


    Today, Jennifer uses her vast national network to serve her clients as well as her community. She is currently on the board of the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation, the Arthritis Foundation of the Lehigh Valley, the executive board of the Minsi Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the board of associates for the Allentown Art Museum, Muhlenberg College and Cedar Crest College. She is a member of the Honorary Board for the YWCA of Bethlehem and holds an elected position on the St. Luke’s Hospital – Allentown Campus Board of Governors, and a Director of QNB Bank.

    Previously, Jennifer served on the board for the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency and as chairwoman of the Finance Committee for the Team Pennsylvania Foundation, an organization that helps bridge the gap between the private sector and government to help businesses expand and create jobs. She also acted as a government liaison for the Program for Women and Families, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence.

    A lifelong resident of Allentown, Jennifer earned degrees in government and economics from Lehigh University.

    Jennifer Mann
    Senior Consultant

  • George Wolff, Senior Consultant

    It is difficult to describe how much of a legend George Wolff is in the Pennsylvania public affairs world and, frankly, he will be the last person to ever admit it.  Suffice to say that if it is happening in the world of agriculture, transportation or conservation and George doesn’t know it, it is probably not worth knowing.

    George is a true public affairs professional, toiling in the fields of agriculture and conservation since 1953. Over the years, he has also had a hand in workers compensation reform, business tax reductions, the statewide nutrient reduction program and water resources legislation.  Presently, he is leading the fight for funding for the road and bridge construction industry, while still keeping a close eye on food and product safety protection issues, as well as product liability reform.

    First appointed when Pennsylvania joined the Chesapeake Bay Commission in the 1980 and reappointed since by the President Pro Tempore of the Pennsylvania State Senate, George is the public member on the commission.  He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, and a legislative committee member of the Pennsylvania State Grange. He is a former a member of the Board of Directors for Millers Mutual Insurance Company and as a past president of the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts.  He was instrumental in coordinating a group which proposed recommendations for the management of the state’s water resources through regional and statewide management committees working in cooperation with the river basin commissions.

    George has also been active with organizations which promote the responsible stewardship of Pennsylvania’s water resources. In December 2003, he was appointed by Governor Rendell to the Statewide Water Resources Committee and in 2005 to the Pennsylvania Energy Advisory Board.

    Not content to work solely in public affairs, George has owned and operated farms in Lebanon County for over forty years, where he practiced an intensive grain rotation program. He attended Purdue University, majoring in animal husbandry. From 1954 to 1960, George served as the Director of Agricultural Relations for the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association.

    In February 2002, Governor Mark Schweiker appointed George to the Agricultural By-Product Management Technology Board. At the behest of Governor Dick Thornburgh in the early years of his administration, George served as co-chairman of the “Vote Yes for Water” Committee, a public relations effort aimed at passage of a state water referendum funding issue to establish PennVest. He served at Governor Robert Casey’s request as a member of a select committee to develop regulations for a nutrient management program which resulted in Act 6 of 1993. Additionally, at Governor Casey’s request, George served as treasurer for a statewide water initiative. Under former Environmental Protection Agency Secretary William Ruckelshaus, George served on a national non-point source committee to design programs for the joint involvement of the EPA and the USDA. George also served on the National Agricultural Research and Extension Users Advisory Board to develop recommendations on budget and program priorities for research, higher education and extension in the food and agricultural sciences.

    George has also served as a member of the National Agricultural Advisory Board, a past President of the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation District Directors, a member of the State Conservation Commission, a member of the Lebanon County Conservation District, a member of the Board of Directors for the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, and Chairman of the Jackson Township Zoning Hearing Board.

    In July of 2005 George received the Distinguished Service Award from the State Conservation Commission and in September 2005 received the Fran Flanigan award from the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay. He has received numerous other awards including the Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service Benefiting Local Communities, the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s Centennial Award of Merit for Outstanding Contributions to the Advancement of Veterinary Medicine, the Izaak Walton League of America Chesapeake Bay Conservation Award, and several other conservation service awards.