September 28, 2023

Ted Kellner named new CEO of RNC Host Committee

Ted Kellner, the co-founder, former chairman and former chief government officer of Milwaukee-based Fiduciary Administration Inc., has been named the brand new chief government officer for the MKE 2024 Host Committee for subsequent yr’s Republican Nationwide Conference.

Kellner replaces Steve King, who’s stepping down as CEO of the MKE 2024 Host Committee to spend extra time along with his household, in accordance with a information launch. King helped launch the Host Committee’s work when he was named CEO in September of 2022, and can stay a member of the Host Committee Board of Administrators transferring ahead. He’s a former ambassador to the Czech Republic and has been part of 12 Republican presidential nominating conventions.

“I’m assured that what we’ve began on the Host Committee has set Milwaukee up for achievement in 2024, and I’m honored to have had the chance to guide the launch of this group,” Kingsaid in an announcement. “Whereas it has been an excellent honor to function the CEO of the Host Committee in my residence state, this transformation will permit me extra time to spend with my household in North Carolina.”

“On behalf of the remainder of the Host Committee and all of Milwaukee, I wish to thank Steve for his work and efforts to launch this group,” mentioned Kellner. “Milwaukee is a vibrant, welcoming metropolis. I’m excited to construct on the work that Steve and his group have began to showcase all the pieces we’ve to supply in 2024. I’m able to get to work.”

“The profitable launch of our group wouldn’t be doable with out Steve King. I wish to thank him for his work and what he has executed for our metropolis and state,” mentioned Reince Priebus, chairman of the Milwaukee 2024 Host Committee. “Steve leaves massive footwear to fill, however there may be no person higher than Ted Kellner to step in and proceed constructing on our progress. I’m assured that we are going to proceed to construct on our success to host a world-class conference in 2024.”

Andrew is the editor of BizTimes Milwaukee. He joined BizTimes in 2003, serving as managing editor and actual property reporter for 11 years. A College of Wisconsin-Madison graduate, he’s a lifelong resident of the state. He lives in Muskego along with his spouse, Seng, their son, Zach, and their canine, Hokey. He’s an avid sports activities fan and is a member of the Muskego Athletic Affiliation board of administrators.