CEO of Sitecast.com
Bradley Gauthier is the CEO of Sitecast.com, a Wisconsin-based technology company focused on web automation.
He is also a public speaker, technology advisor, and a lifelong advocate of the Northwoods.
Having grown up on the Lac du Flambeau Reservation in the southwest corner of Vilas County, Brad started his first company at the age of 12 by building websites and computers for local businesses. He also caught the bug for public service from his father, a local business owner, who was the Lac du Flambeau School Board President throughout Brad’s childhood.
After graduating from Lakeland Union High School, Brad went on to St. Norbert College; graduating in three years with a focus in business, psychology, and economics. Paired with his natural understanding of technology, a passion to teach himself new skills, and an abundance of positive energy, he set out to put a dent in the universe.
In the time since, Mr. Gauthier has launched numerous companies, helped countless entrepreneurs improve their business through web marketing—and by his mid-twenties—he had built an online academy based on soft-skills, habits, and goal setting with over 5,000 students enrolled.
These early successes in life eventually brought him to Portland, Oregon where his company, Sitecast, was accepted into a prestigious startup accelerator. Once there, he was given the opportunity to expand his skillset, learn how to scale companies, and build technology that people love.
Also while out in the Pacific Northwest, he met his life and business partner, Rubie. And their conversations quickly turned to where they wanted to raise a family. The Northwoods of Wisconsin was the obvious choice.
The two of them now run Sitecast remotely from their lake home in the Northwoods. Their entire team has gone fully remote and everyone is loving the freedom.
Brad looks forward to many years of building new technology infrastructure in the area, improving the education system of the local schools, and partnering with organizations to grow the overall economy of the Northwoods.