Warren Tryon is a partner at Capitol Counsel LLC. He provides strategic advice to clients on public policy, political strategy, and legislative matters on financial services and judiciary issues.
Tryon recently left Capitol Hill with over 20 years of House and Senate experience serving as deputy staff director for the House Financial Services Committee where he advised members of the committee and managed the committee staff. During his tenure there, he was named in National Journal’s “Top Hill Staffers” magazine as one of the lead congressional staffers.
As a member of the management team, he developed the agenda for hearings and markups, and created the Financial Services Committee coalition outreach efforts to outside groups.
During his recent tenure at the House Financial Services Committee, Tryon coordinated with House leadership to develop the passage of major financial services legislation. These included items such as Dodd-Frank reform bills, the JOBS Act, Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act, Export-Import Bank Reauthorization of 2012, and a comprehensive housing reform bill on the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) insurance program.
Prior to his tenure, Tryon worked as deputy chief of staff and legislative director for Congressman Spencer Bachus (R-AL). In this role, he handled the congressman’s House Financial Services and Judiciary Committee portfolios including telecommunications, immigration and intellectual property agenda. In addition to his official experience, Tryon has also served as an adviser to the National Republican Congressional Committee and volunteer for a number of House and Senate campaigns.
Tryon is a graduate of the University of Vermont.