Patrick Witt

Dunwoody, GA

Patrick is an entrepreneur and former senior government official from Atlanta, Georgia. He is currently CEO of a fast-growing startup aimed at helping independent contractors cost-effectively scale their businesses. Previously, Patrick served as Deputy Chief of Staff of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Prior to government service, he was an engagement manager with McKinsey & Company.

Patrick is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Law School. As an undergraduate, Patrick excelled as a student-athlete for the Bulldogs. He started for three years at quarterback and broke numerous school records enroute to earning All-Ivy athletic and academic recognition. Patrick received Yale’s prestigious Francis Gordon Brown Prize, a distinction shared by former President George H.W. Bush, and was also a finalist for the Campbell Trophy, Rhodes, and Mitchell Scholarships. He was invited to the NFL Combine and signed as a free agent with the New Orleans Saints. In law school, Patrick was active in the Federalist Society and participated in ADF’s Blackstone Legal Fellowship.

Patrick is a proud uncle to Joan, Kirby, and Grace. He attends Passion City Church and can regularly be found at Truist Park cheering on the Braves. He is fluent in French.

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