Cassidy Wartenweiler has accepted the position as the Wisconsin Technology Council’s development and member relations director.
The Tech Council is a membership organization. Its programs focus on the needs and challenges faced by new and growing technology-based businesses in Wisconsin, serving as an educational and networking resource for entrepreneurs and people who work for high-growth firms, large and small.
Wartenweiler began her career with the Tech Council as an intern. In September 2014, she joined the team full-time as operations director. She brings 10 years of sales experience, seven of those years in management.
Wartenweiler earned her undergraduate Communication Studies degree from Edgewood College. She holds a master’s degree in Life Sciences Communication from the UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
The Tech Council is the non-profit, bipartisan science and technology policy advisory board to the governor and the Legislature. Its programs include the Wisconsin Angel Network, the Wisconsin Innovation Network, the Governor’s Business Plan Contest and regular events that connect entrepreneurs, investors, researchers and others with a stake in the tech-based economy.
To learn more about joining the Wisconsin Technology Council as a member, visit www.wisconsintechnologycouncil.com/win/membership/.