Dedicated to a better America

For two decades William Hurd has been involved in the most pressing national security issues challenging the country, whether in the back-alleys of dangerous places, boardrooms of top international businesses, or the halls of Congress.

Over two decades of service to our nation
  • Former member of Congress
  • Cybersecurity executive
  • Undercover officer in the CIA
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Protecting our nation

Will Hurd driving a car. View from the rear seat

After stopping terrorists, preventing Russian spies from stealing our secrets, and putting nuclear weapons proliferators out of business, Will helped build a cybersecurity company that prepared businesses for the next domain of conflict – cyberspace.

Good policy over good politics

Will Hurd speaking in Congress

While in Congress, Texas Monthly and Politico Magazine called Will “The Future of the GOP,” because he put good policy over good politics at a time when America was often consumed with what divides us rather than what unites us. He got more legislation signed into law in three terms than most congressmen do in three decades – substantive legislation like a national strategy for Artificial Intelligence – all while maintaining his reputation as “the most interesting man in Congress.”

Continuing his work

Will Hurd speaking at the Engage panel at George W. Bush Presidential Center

Will is currently a managing director at Allen & Company, board member for OpenAI, and trustee of the German Marshall Fund. He has served as a fellow at the University of Chicago Institute of Politics and earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University.

“Being open to discussion and compromise when it comes to our disagreements isn't weakness or betrayal, it's a mature display of the values America is based on.” Will Hurd signature in white

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