Tim Hwang has forged significant influence in the American and global political realm by the age of 26. After leadership in the public sector, national elections, and the foundation world, Hwang has found unprecedented success in a new realm: unlocking government data.


He is currently the Founder and CEO of FiscalNote, a real-time legal analytics platform that uses AI and natural language processing to help global organizations take control of their government risk and understand the law.

Tim Hwang Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

Tim Hwang for Politico Magazine

The 100-person company now powers some of the world’s largest and most influential law firms, legal departments, and governments. With Hwang’s technology and over $30M+ in funding from the likes of Mark Cuban, Jerry Yang, Steve Case, NEA, Renren and others, FiscalNote is revolutionizing access to legislation, regulations, and court cases for organizations around the world.

Prior to starting FiscalNote from a Motel 6 in Silicon Valley at 21, Hwang started his career in politics as a field organizer for the Obama ’08 campaign at the age of 16. He was elected to the Montgomery County Board of Education at 17, overseeing a budget of over $4 Billion for 22,000 public employees.

Tim also served as the President of the 750,000 member National Youth Association and the founder of Operation Fly. Inc., – a national 501(c)(3) organization that served inner-city children in underprivileged areas around the country.

He was profiled in the Forbes 30 Under 30 for Law and Policy, is a previous Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and was named by CNN as one of the Top 10 most disruptive startups of 2015. Hwang has an AB from Princeton and is currently deferring Harvard Business School.