Mike Conlow has worked in Democratic political technology since 2006, when he was on the team that developed the first national voter file. So it makes sense he joined Blue State Digital as technology strategist a year ago – the agency is dedicated to galvanizing communities around nonprofits and advocacy groups. There, he designs custom technology solutions for clients, and works closely with Blue State’s national political clients. His knack for being one step ahead served him well in his most recent former role: chief technology officer for Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety.
When he was in a similarly titled role for President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, he designed the revenue process that raised over $1 billion for the campaign. Plus, the teams he managed were responsible for some of the most highly lauded technical achievements of the Obama campaign, including online engagement platforms, data integration, analytics infrastructure, and social media outreach tools.