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Join the PA Chamber for the February Government Affairs Roundtable. State Budget Secretary Greg Thall will provide an overview of Gov. Tom Wolf’s 2022-23 budget proposal, followed by a legislative briefing from the PA Chamber Government Affairs team.
This FREE event is a high-value benefit designed to provide you with the latest legislative and political information. .
The Government Affairs Roundtable is a free, high-value benefit of PA Chamber Investor Membership. To learn more about the Investor program and associated benefits, click here.
Gregory Thall, has spent more than a dozen years in various capacities working on behalf of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, most recently as Special Advisor to the Budget Secretary, where he has served since December 2016.
Prior to his work in the Office of the Budget, he served as Deputy General Counsel in the Governor's Office of General Counsel and was Senior Transition Advisor to the Wolf Transition Team. He also held the position of Deputy Chief Counsel to the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus, under the Chairmanship of Senator Vincent Hughes.
Earlier in his career, Thall was the Assistant Director of Government Relations for the Pennsylvania State Education Association.
Thall earned his Juris Doctor from the Villanova University School of Law in Villanova, PA and a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Political Science from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. He graduated from Germantown Friends School in Philadelphia.
Sam Denisco, serves as the vice president of Government Affairs for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry. As vice president, Denisco oversees the PA Chamber's lobbying, political, grassroots and communications operations. He specializes in the public policy areas of health care, tort, and taxation.
Alex Halper, serves as a lobbyist for issues including labor/employment policy, education, workforce development, local tax policy, international trade, and immigration.
Kevin Sunday, serves as a lobbyist for energy and environmental legislative and regulatory issues, including matters relating to air, waste, water, land use, natural resources, power generation, transportation, and transmission.
Allison Coccia, is responsible for the management of ChamberPAC, the political arm of the PA Chamber. Additionally, she coordinates all Government Affairs events.