Tim Vickey, founder and president of Level671, is one of Washington DC's leading virtual networking and interactive data solution specialists, providing state-of-the-art, data-driven, cutting-edge web tools for political, nonprofit and corporate clients. His specialty is helping organizations leverage new technologies to engage their social network of members and supporters to power public policy strategies. Tim gained hands-on education in politics when he worked for then-Congressman Tom Ridge in his Washington, DC office. After Ridge's election as Governor of Pennsylvania, Tim was named to the transition team. He was then ultimately appointed to an administrative liaison position at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources and proclamation writer in the Governor's personal office.
Transitioning back from Harrisburg to Washington, he served as a press assistant at the Republican Governor's Association, then moved to The Tarrance Group, where he worked as a statistician, processing data from survey research for political and public affairs campaigns. At The Tarrance Group, Tim began professionally designing and programming web sites, winning his first Pollie Award in 1999. Tim has provided tools and internet strategies to numerous campaigns, including several presidential exploratory and campaign committees, Senate, Governor and Congressional races, local city government campaigns, Log Cabin Republicans, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and Microsoft to name just a few. After pioneering politics online with his first Congressional campaign in 1996, Tim took the lead in 2000 by creating, HandsOffTheInternet.org, a public-affairs campaign with the aim of preventing government regulation of the Internet, winning him his second Pollie Award in 2000.
Tim is graduate of Catholic University.
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