Senior Vice President, Global Public Policy, Western Union
Board Member: Corporate
As Senior Vice President of Global Public Policy, Tim Daly directs Western Union’s government, political and community affairs advocacy in 200 countries and territories around the world.
Prior to joining Western Union, Mr. Daly was an attorney at the Denver firm Isaacson Rosenbaum, specializing in government advocacy, election law and constitutional law. Daly served as campaign counsel for now Senator Mark Udall and now Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, as well as various statewide initiative campaigns and independent expenditure organizations.
Mr. Daly served as Chief Legal Counsel and Legislative Director to Colorado Governor Roy Romer from 1993 to 1998. He was Governor Romer’s chief legislative strategist, responsible for advancing the Governor’s legislative agenda and coordinating the lobbying efforts of all executive branch agencies. In his role as Chief Counsel, he provided legal advice and oversaw all judicial appointments, including five appointments to the Colorado Supreme Court. He was also the Governor’s liaison with the Attorney General, and handled other key appointments. As a member of Romer’s senior staff, Mr. Daly acted as a policy and political advisor on a variety of key issues, including crime, transportation and tax matters.
Mr. Daly received his law degree from George Washington University in 1988. Daly earned degrees in political science and Spanish, with honors in political science, from San Diego State University. As an undergraduate, he was an intern at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He is admitted in the State and Federal courts of Colorado.