Public Policy Professional,
Bryan Tony is an established advocate and versatile policy professional. Bryan has years of experience at various levels of government and commerce. He served the Dallas Regional Chamber as its manager of education and workforce, and he was the director of public policy at The Real Estate Council of Dallas. He has also worked for a lobbying firm in Washington D.C., in Congressman Marc Veasey’s district office, and in the Mayor and City Council of Fort Worth. Bryan is well connected and well versed in a wide range of issues related to education, housing, transportation, economic development, and land use. He is uniquely skilled at engaging corporate stakeholders and community members, identifying key levers to meet diverse needs and promote positive change, and influencing political and policymaking processes. Bryan’s past responsibilities entailed managing a political action committee, providing regular updates to industry leaders and strategic direction to advance specific policies and initiatives, and nurturing healthy relationships with Dallas-area elected officials, administrators, and stakeholders. A native of Hurst, Texas, Bryan holds dual degrees in political science and economics from Texas Christian University and a Master of Public Administration with an emphasis in urban non-profit agency management from The University of Texas-Arlington. He now resides in Old East Dallas. In his free time, Bryan can be found at concerts (virtual or socially distanced outdoors), biking around Dallas, and deepening his North Texas roots through service.