Nov 19, 2018
Bradley Tusk is a venture capitalist, political strategist and
Tusk Montgomery Philanthropies, Bradley’s family foundation,
funds and runs campaigns in states across the U.S. to increase
funding for anti-hunger programs like school breakfast and food
stamp enrollment. They are also working to create mobile voting so
people can vote in elections on their phones.
Bradley writes a regular column for The Observer, hosts a
podcast called Firewall
and has a book - The
- about his adventures in protecting disruptors from
the bad guys. Bradley is a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania where he received his BA and has a JD from the
University of Chicago Law School. He lives in Manhattan with
his wife and two children.