Gates, the chairman of Microsoft, two more of the company's leaders and investor Sean Parker will aid FWD.us in promoting the country's economic growth, starting with a push for immigration reform, The Hill reported Friday.
Gates and Parker, founding president of Facebook, are listed as founders of FWD.us.
Joe Green, president of FWD.us, praised the men for joining the group's "efforts to organize and engage the tech community."
Besides comprehensive immigration reform, FWD.us plans to lobby for education reform, along with improved science, technology, math and engineering education programs.
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