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Local Attorney Mathew Tully Honored with National Leadership Award

Local Attorney Mathew Tully Honored with National Leadership Award

July 27, 2006 – Albany, New York – Mathew B. Tully, founding Partner of Tully Rinckey PLLC, has been awarded the National Leadership Award by The National Republican Congressional Committee. Tully was recognized for his outstanding service, leadership and commitment in promoting a pro-business legislative agenda and proper fiscal responsibility. Tully serves on the National Business Advisory Council where he is responsible for making sure that business owners have a voice in Washington and are involved in government reform.

Tully received the National Leadership Award not only for his achievements in business, but also for his role in the community. In addition to the National Republican Congressional Committee Business Advisory Council, Tully serves on the NYS Juvenile Justice Advisory Group, appointed by Governor George Pataki. In that capacity, he directs the development, implementation and execution for the awarding of grants for programs designed to prevent juvenile delinquency. Additionally, he volunteers as the New York State Bar Association’s County High School Mock Trial Coordinator and works investigating cases of animal abuse as New York State Peace Officer with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Tully is a Major in the New York Army National Guard 42nd Division and served in Iraq.

 

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