Brandon McNulty, President of FusionTECH, is a seasoned sports technology executive and military trained nuclear power engineer.
McNulty, an expert in unlocking technology stack revenue opportunities, leads FusionTECH to drive partnerships across converged technology platforms. Prior to FusionTECH, McNulty served as Legends’ Senior Vice President of Technology and as Chief Technology Officer of NASCAR’s International Speedway Corporation.
At Legends, a premium experiences company for sports & entertainment organizations and venues, McNulty was responsible for technology operations across the global portfolio. He managed technology construction and supported sponsorship sales of premier sports properties including Banc of California Stadium, Lower.com Field, and Hollywood Park & SoFi Stadium.
NASCAR (through its ISC acquisition) owns and operates 13 of North America’s major motorsports entertainment facilities, as well as Motor Racing Network. For 14 years, McNulty led the Information Technology Department across these facilities and business unit with an emphasis on IT operations, infrastructure & venue technology engineering, security & compliance, broadcaster operations management, large screen video management, and race day production.
Early in his career, McNulty served in the United States Navy as the technology project lead building the aircraft carrier, USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75). A graduate of the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command and the Naval Diving & Salvage Training Center, he served as the nuclear reactor operator and ship’s diver on board the nuclear attack submarine, USS Billfish (SSN-676).
Throughout his career, he has been a Board Member for artificial intelligence startups, intellectual property management companies, the industry conference program Sports & Entertainment Alliance in Technology (SEAT), the Volusia County Florida Technology Innovation Council and Habitat for Humanity Chapter. An avid community volunteer, McNulty has also supported development efforts for local technology businesses and local colleges’ technology curriculum and student placement programs.
As an extension of his naval training, McNulty studied Nuclear Power Engineering at Thomas Edison State University.
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