Meet the newest member of the DCS team!  Tyler Campbell has been brought on board as an associate in our Pittsburgh office.  “We are very excited to have Tyler join us, his enthusiasm and hard work will be a great addition to the firm,” said John Denny, DCS founder.

Campbell has been working with DCS as a consultant since February and was key in organizing Amachi Pittsburgh’s successful House Human Services Committee hearing in March.  “I take great pride in what DCS stands for and enjoy the opportunity to work with a variety of important issues and clients,” said Campbell.

A native of Carlisle, PA, Campbell has been around state politics for nearly his entire life.  His father Mark Campbell served as chief of staff to two Pennsylvania governors—Tom Ridge and Mark Schweiker.  This lifelong political exposure has allowed him to develop keen insight and understanding of the inner workings of state government.

Campbell attended The College of Wooster, graduating in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in history.  While attending Wooster, he wrote a senior thesis on the political history of Pennsylvania’s liquor laws for which he earned honors.  Outside of work, you can usually find him playing guitar, perfecting his cooking, or cheering on his beloved Pittsburgh Penguins.  Welcome aboard, Tyler!