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Gallagher joins TitletownTech as senior strategic advisor

The former congressman will serve as a senior strategic advisor

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May 14, 2024

ASHWAUBENON – It’s been a month full of announcements for TitletownTech.

Last week, the capital venture firm welcomed former U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher to its team as senior strategic advisor.

During his years as a congressman (representing Wisconsin’s 8th congressional district from 2017-24), Gallagher said he gained extensive experience in national security, technology policy and public service – uniquely positioning him to support TitletownTech’s mission of driving innovation and economic growth in Wisconsin and beyond.

“I am excited to join TitletownTech and contribute to its mission of transforming Wisconsin into a hub of technological innovation,” he said.

In his new role at TitletownTech, Gallagher said he will leverage his expertise to enhance the organization’s impact on high-growth startups and existing businesses exploring technology-driven transformations.

“I look forward to working with the TitletownTech team to drive Wisconsin’s growth by making it the best destination for top-level tech talent and thereby, advance America’s national security interests,” he said.

TitletownTech Managing Partner Craig Dickman said adding Gallagher as a senior strategic advisor “is a critical step forward in our commitment to innovation and competitiveness.”

“His leadership in Congress and deep knowledge of technology and security will be crucial as we continue to back transformative companies in various sectors,” he said.

Dickman said Gallagher’s insight into public policy and global markets – as well as his academic and military background, including his service as a Marine Corps intelligence officer – equips him to contribute effectively to TitletownTech’s initiatives aimed at transforming the regional economy and supporting national security through technological advancement.

Gallagher, who previously announced he wouldn’t run for reelection, stepped down from his representative role earlier this year nearly nine months before the end of his term.

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