Tim Vickey

Tim Vickey enjoys creating state-of-the-art, innovative digital campaigns, using technology to solve problems and surpass expectations for clients in the political and public affairs arena.

Tim specializes in online public affairs advocacy, interactive communication methods and contact relationship and recruitment management.  With twenty years of digital political knowledge, he has built and executed strategies for Members of Congress, federal, state and local political campaigns, public affairs organizations, non-profit groups, NASDAQ-100 firms and countless small businesses.


He has spent nearly two decades managing his own  technology development firm, Level671, headquartered in Washington, DC  and San Diego, California.  He had also worked as an executive, digital strategist, programmer and designer at high profile firms including VOX Global, RightClick Strategies and DCI-New Media.

Upon graduating from the Catholic University of America in  Washington, DC, Tim worked for then-Congressman Tom Ridge in his  Capitol Hill office.  After Ridge’s election as Governor of  Pennsylvania, Tim was named to the transition team and ultimately  appointed to the governor’s Office of Correspondence and Public Liaison  as a writer while attending graduate school at The Pennsylvania State  University in State College.  During this time, Tim built one of the  first Congressional campaign websites, and received his first Pollie from the American Association of Political Consultants in 1999 for creating the Tarrance Group website.

When  not creating amazing solutions for clients, Tim pretends to be an  author and actor.  He has had roles in several television commercials  and independent films.  He is also an annual participant in National  Novel Writing Month, and owns and manages Next Chapter Stories, a web portal helping authors crowd-source novels and manuscripts.  Tim has run several marathons, and spends much of his free time cleaning up after  his Golden Retriever.