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Charles Albert "Chuck" Wolfe (b. November 3, 1961) is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund, an American political action committee dedicated to growing the number of openly gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender elected officials in the United States. He was selected by the board of directors to fill the position in 2003.[1]

Previously he served as executive vice president and COO of the American Legacy Foundation, which was created as a result of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement among 46 states and four large tobacco companies.

Early Career

Wolfe entered the public sector as an appointee to the late Florida Governor Lawton Chiles. In addition to serving on the governor's 1994 reelection campaign as operations manager, he served the governor for seven years in such capacities as director of external affairs, director of tobacco control and executive director of the Miami Financial Oversight Board.

An Eagle Scout, Wolfe served a two-year term on the Boy Scouts of America National Executive Board. For more than ten years he was active and outspoken in the effort to rid scouting of its discriminatory policies towards gays and lesbians. His efforts were profiled in a report on CBS News' 60 Minutes.

Wolfe is a 1985 graduate of Stetson University in Florida and completed the Negotiating Skills Seminar at the J.F.K. School of Government of Harvard University in 1997. He has resided in Washington, D.C. since 1999.[2]

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Charles Albert "Chuck" Wolfe (b. November 3, 1961) is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund, an American political action committee dedicated to growing the number of openly gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender elected officials in the United States. He was selected by the board of directors to fill the position in 2003.[1]

Previously he served as executive vice president and COO of the American Legacy Foundation, which was created as a result of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement among 46 states and four large tobacco companies.

Early career

Wolfe entered the public sector as an appointee to the late Florida Governor Lawton Chiles. In addition to serving on the governor's 1994 reelection campaign as operations manager, he served the governor for seven years in such capacities as director of external affairs, director of tobacco control and executive director of the Miami Financial Oversight Board.

An Eagle Scout, Wolfe served a two-year term on the Boy Scouts of America National Executive Board. For more than ten years he was active and outspoken in the effort to rid scouting of its discriminatory policies towards gays and lesbians. His efforts were profiled in a report on 60 Minutes.

Wolfe is a 1985 graduate of Stetson University in Florida, and completed the Negotiating Skills Seminar at the John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University in 1997. He has resided in Washington, D.C. since 1999.[2]

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