Ties to the American Legislative Exchange Council
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Previously, Dreyer served as COO and co-founder of Ntercept Communications, an online market research company that also operated a site for political issues and was one of the top 500 web sites during 2000. According to her official biography, "Dreyer has held senior management positions in start-ups that were sold to Motorola, MailWell, Union Carbide and Agency.com. She was a Partner with New Enterprise Associates, one of the nation's premier venture capital firms."
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