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Mackenzie Completes Prestigious Legislative Fellowship Program
Council of State Governments Executive Director and CEO David Atkins recognized Rep. Ryan Mackenzie at a ceremony that marked Mackenzie’s completion of the 2014 Henry Toll Fellowship program.  
– Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Berks/Lehigh) recently completed the Council of State Governments (CSG) Henry Toll Fellowship program. Mackenzie was one of only 48 state policymakers from across the country invited to participate.

The Toll Fellowship Program, named for CSG founder Henry Wolcott Toll, is one of the nation's premier leadership development programs for state government officials. “The Toll Fellowship remains the oldest and most prestigious of all leadership development programs for elected officials,” said David Adkins, CSG’s executive director/CEO. “Its impact is profound, and its quality is renowned.”

A nine-member committee of state leaders, many who are Toll Fellows themselves, reviewed a record number of applications to select this year’s participants. Mackenzie was chosen largely because of the major impacts he has in the Legislature in the areas of tax policy, job creation and education – a record organizers found impressive considering his short tenure thus far in the General Assembly.

“The Henry Toll Fellowship has a distinguished history of cultivating some of the nation's top leaders and forging lasting relationships among a special few who serve without fear or favor,” said Tennessee Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris, the 2014 CSG national chair and a 2002 CSG Toll Fellow.

“It is an asset to cultivate a network of creative contacts across state lines,” Mackenzie said. “When working to find innovative solutions to the challenges facing Pennsylvania, it is helpful to see how policymakers in other states have tackled similar problems. A number of interesting ideas are under consideration elsewhere that could have many practical benefits for our state’s citizens if implemented here.”

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Representative Ryan Mackenzie
134th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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