With over a decade of federal lobbying experience, TC Wolfe has built his career advocating primarily for good legislative policy for primary and secondary and higher education, healthcare and innovation, information technology, municipal government, trade associations, and immigration reform. Wolfe began his career in policy as a Legislative Aide and Committee Secretary, learning the process of law-making while also gaining an understanding of each unique factor outside of the process, which has daily impacts, including third parties, think tanks, the media, and social media.
He lobbied before the Ohio General Assembly prior to lobbying before the United States Congress. His hard work in Ohio proved successful in reversing a governor’s decision to eliminate a state college grant for tens of thousands of students to continue pursuing their education and workforce aspirations. He learned the value and importance of and the complexity of healthcare surrounding social service agencies, including those for the elderly, those suffering from mental and behavioral health issues, and the developmentally disabled. Lastly, he learned of the importance of ensuring fair legislation and regulation regarding small, medium, and large businesses and corporate social responsibility.
In Washington, Wolfe has worked to improve the regulatory environment and rulemaking processes while representing numerous quality institutions of higher education. Student success, accountability to the taxpayers, communities, and students remain a critical driving force in legislative ideas and debate. Throughout a tense dialogue of immigration and border security, he has lobbied for a stable J-1 visa program, Temporary Protected Status for those affected by adverse conditions in their homeland and anti-human trafficking proposals at international healthcare organizations in part funded by the United States of America.
His expanding role in the appropriations process includes successfully funding the Zika emergency supplemental appropriations bill, as well as report language steering executive branch agencies to standards of quality utilizing components of information technology platforms, new to the market.
Wolfe has built relationships with lawmakers and key staff based upon honesty and the truth. His strong ties to Members of the Florida, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Colorado, Utah, and California Congressional delegations allow for an expanded reach to policymakers prioritizing many exciting and innovative ideas for good public policy.
Wolfe resides in Washington, DC and maintains an office in Miami, FL and is a proud graduate of The Ohio State University.