TheBridge
Community connecting tech, policy and politics

About TheBridge

About Us

Connecting tech, policy & politics

TheBridge translates between tech, policy and politics and provides a unique forum for productive, nonpartisan dialogue increasing understanding and collaboration between innovators and policy makers.

Launched in Washington, DC & the Bay Area, TheBridge network has quickly expanded to other cities including Austin, Denver, New York City, Boston, and Chicago. TheBridge convenes regular discussions and events and provides key resources for the community including bi-weekly updates, profiles of leaders, and a jobs board to help employers reach top talent and job-seekers make a career pivot at this intersection.

TheBridge community consists of leaders and knowledge-seekers at the intersection of tech, policy, and politics. Our community is wide-ranging across the public and private sectors including federal elected officials, technical experts, investors, corporate CEOs, community organizers, government employees and political rising stars across the country.

We believe mutual understanding will allow for a more collaborative future. Sign up to join!

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Allie Brandenburger

Allie is the co-founder & CEO of TheBridge. She has worked with some of the most innovative tech companies including SpaceX, Uber and Google, and has extensive strategic communications, partnerships and external affairs experience. Allie helped start and advised the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center, the Retail ISAC. Her political experience includes serving as a spokesperson, deputy communications dir, deputy press secretary for two presidential campaigns (2016 & 2012), gubernatorial race (2010) and Communications Director for a US Congressman on Capitol Hill. Allie's experience also includes issue advocacy, having worked in cyber security, data privacy and e-commerce issues at trade associations and national political committees.

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