Todd McKenney is a graduate of Manchester High School, Hiram College and the Ohio State University College of Law. He served as a law clerk to a federal judge, a pastor at The Chapel, a New Franklin City Councilman, and a state representative in the Ohio House of Representatives. Most recently, he was Judge of the Summit County Probate Court where he led the Summit County “Good Deeds” Project. The Akron Bar Association recently named Todd as the 2013 Liberty Bell Award winner. He now works as an attorney in private practice with the law firm of Leiby, Hanna and Rasnick, focused on probate, trust and estate planning. He is currently Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Chapel, a Trustee for the Akron Bar Association, and a Board Member for the Friends of Metroparks, Faithful Servants Free Medical Clinic and the Green Family YMCA Advisory Board. Todd is married to Bethany, and they have two children, Selah and Nathan.