McGinty Joins Militia Hill Ventures

Katie_McGinty1-247x300Former U.S. Senate candidate and Governor Tom Wolf’s Chief of Staff Katie McGinty has been named a Partner at Militia Hill Ventures (MHV).  

“Militia Hill is an accomplished and highly respected team at the cutting edge of transforming promising immunotherapy, gene therapy and other innovations into companies that are positioned to thrive, grow and ultimately deliver relief to patients and cures for devastating diseases. It is an honor to be part of such urgent and worthwhile work,” McGinty said in a release announcing her position.  

MHV is a firm that helps create and develop life sciences companies in the Philadelphia area.  MHV is a woman-owned company.  

With our focus on identifying transformative science from around the world into promising companies that tap into the vast wealth of talent that Greater Philadelphia offers, Katie McGinty will be a powerful asset for our vision,” Militia Hill Ventures Founding Managing Partner Dr. Joan Lau said in the announcement.  

McGinty’s private sector resume includes serving at a Director with NRG Energy, a Senior Vice President and Managing Director with Weston Solutions, and an Operating Partner Element Partners.

April 19th, 2017 | Posted in Front Page Stories | 9 Comments

9 thoughts on “McGinty Joins Militia Hill Ventures”

  1. Jim says:

    Her dad was a policeman and her mother was a hostess in a diner. That message was supposed to convince us that she should be a Senator? MHV is getting a political lightweight.

  2. David Diano says:

    Answer Desk-

    I guess her leaving politics is a political story, since her name would keep being floated to run for various offices. I’m assuming she’s there to use her political connections to lobby officials to grease the wheels to help MHV start companies.

    However, despite that, I still think she is a good choice to run for state rep in her district.

  3. Answer Desk says:

    And we should care about this why?

  4. Mary says:

    Don’t worry – she’ll try to go back through the revolving door soon enough.

  5. David Diano says:

    She could still run for her state house district.

  6. Jodi says:

    It is a loss for Pennsylvania Politics, but good for her. Good luck Katie

  7. gulag Pittsburgh says:

    Militia Hill Ventures sounds like a rightwing lobbyist, or the reincarnation of Blackwater Security.

  8. Dem Bones says:

    Katie is the worst. Proud Dem so happy to vote for Toomey. No reluctance at all. Couldnt vote for her as an untalented empty suit cheerleader. Please let us never see her on the ballot again. Well, she may run for President in 2020. Only thing better than losing Governor and Senator is President,right?

  9. Riddler says:

    At least she got rid of that pesky lie that she was the first in her family to go to college in her new bio.

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