Michael S. Vogler is a Vice President for the Tax Foundation. In this role, he oversees development objectives, donor retention and prospecting and assists with strategic initiatives for the organization.
Vogler works directly with executives from of America’s business community and develops strategic relationships with trade and lobbying groups who are concerned with the economic direction of the country and who wish to see America’s tax code more competitive and pro-growth.
Prior to joining the Tax Foundation, Vogler was a sales executive representing some of the world’s largest companies; HP, Compaq, Minolta and Hitachi Business Systems. He has a strong background in direct sales, consulting and customer service.
Vogler also taught high school and coached varsity sports for seven years in Loudoun County Public Schools. His background in education and competitive sales and business development make his skill set unique.
Working with America’s youth in the classroom and athletic field combined with his understanding of the business world, and you can see why he has a passion to work hard to see stronger economic growth in America so our children have an economy they can be part of one day.
Michael is married to his wife Sarah and they live in Alexandria, VA.
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities’ Michael Mazerov has a blog post out today covering the same Upshot blog migration tool we covered recently. Mazerov points out that states with no income tax appear to have...