NEIL VOLZ

Committed to ending the disenfranchisement and discrimination against people with convictions.

NEIL VOLZ

Deputy Director

Committed to ending the disenfranchisement and discrimination against people with convictions.

Deputy Director

Neil Volz has more than 25 years of experience working as a public servant and community advocate. He is currently the Deputy Director of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition.

His previous work includes being the Chief of Staff for a Member of Congress and the Staff Director for a full Congressional Committee. Volz’s work also includes directing the Community Outreach efforts for one of the fastest-growing Churches in the country and working as the Program Director for a leading Non-Profit Organization that serves formerly homeless veterans. Additionally, his career includes working as an entrepreneur, leading numerous social and media campaigns, and successfully representing clients at two top 100 law firms.

While in Washington, Volz helped negotiate and secure passage for the Help America Vote Act, which has improved voting accessibility and accuracy for millions of people. He is the past President of the Board of Directors for Be the Light, an anti-human trafficking organization, and also served as the Chairman of the Lee County Homeless Coalition, and on the board for the Freedom and Virtue Institute and Habitat for Humanity of Lee, Hendry and Glades County. Volz currently volunteers for a leading homeless services and drug and alcohol addiction ministry program in Southwest Florida. He is a former guest lecturer at the U.S. Naval Academy and was named a “Top Hired Gun” in The Hill Newspaper’s annual list of top lobbyists, named to Roll Call Newspaper’s List of “50 Most Powerful Capitol Hill Staffers” numerous times, and recently named to Politico Magazine’s list of 40 most influential people in politics and race.

Volz received his Bachelor of Sciences degree from The Ohio State University. He currently lives in Fort Myers, Florida.

 

 

Deputy Director

 

Neil Volz has more than 25 years of experience working as a public servant and community advocate. He is currently the Deputy Director of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition.

His previous work includes being the Chief of Staff for a Member of Congress and the Staff Director for a full Congressional Committee. Volz’s work also includes directing the Community Outreach efforts for one of the fastest-growing Churches in the country and working as the Program Director for a leading Non-Profit Organization that serves formerly homeless veterans. Additionally, his career includes working as an entrepreneur, leading numerous social and media campaigns, and successfully representing clients at two top 100 law firms.

While in Washington, Volz helped negotiate and secure passage for the Help America Vote Act, which has improved voting accessibility and accuracy for millions of people. He is the past President of the Board of Directors for Be the Light, an anti-human trafficking organization, and also served as the Chairman of the Lee County Homeless Coalition, and on the board for the Freedom and Virtue Institute and Habitat for Humanity of Lee, Hendry and Glades County. Volz currently volunteers for a leading homeless services and drug and alcohol addiction ministry program in Southwest Florida. He is a former guest lecturer at the U.S. Naval Academy and was named a “Top Hired Gun” in The Hill Newspaper’s annual list of top lobbyists, named to Roll Call Newspaper’s List of “50 Most Powerful Capitol Hill Staffers” numerous times, and recently named to Politico Magazine’s list of 40 most influential people in politics and race.

Volz received his Bachelor of Sciences degree from The Ohio State University. He currently lives in Fort Myers, Florida.

 

Deputy Director

 

Neil Volz has more than 25 years of experience working as a public servant and community advocate. He is currently the Deputy Director of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition.

His previous work includes being the Chief of Staff for a Member of Congress and the Staff Director for a full Congressional Committee. Volz’s work also includes directing the Community Outreach efforts for one of the fastest-growing Churches in the country and working as the Program Director for a leading Non-Profit Organization that serves formerly homeless veterans. Additionally, his career includes working as an entrepreneur, leading numerous social and media campaigns, and successfully representing clients at two top 100 law firms.

While in Washington, Volz helped negotiate and secure passage for the Help America Vote Act, which has improved voting accessibility and accuracy for millions of people. He is the past President of the Board of Directors for Be the Light, an anti-human trafficking organization, and also served as the Chairman of the Lee County Homeless Coalition, and on the board for the Freedom and Virtue Institute and Habitat for Humanity of Lee, Hendry and Glades County. Volz currently volunteers for a leading homeless services and drug and alcohol addiction ministry program in Southwest Florida. He is a former guest lecturer at the U.S. Naval Academy and was named a “Top Hired Gun” in The Hill Newspaper’s annual list of top lobbyists, named to Roll Call Newspaper’s List of “50 Most Powerful Capitol Hill Staffers” numerous times, and recently named to Politico Magazine’s list of 40 most influential people in politics and race.

Volz received his Bachelor of Sciences degree from The Ohio State University. He currently lives in Fort Myers, Florida.