New Port Richey, FL – Pasco Kids First welcomes Robert Wolf as the organization’s new President & CEO. Mr. Wolf brings more than thirty-five years in the higher education industry to Pasco Kids First which serves Pasco and Hernando Counties providing services addressing child abuse and neglect. Most recently, he served as the President of the Tampa Bay Campus of Galen College of Nursing.   Mr. Wolf is skilled in nonprofit organizations, negotiation, coaching, government, and sales and is a strong healthcare services professional.

His background also includes sixteen years as the Senior Vice President of Hillsborough Community College where he served as the second in command for the 47,000 student multi campus college. He also secured the land donation for the college’s fifth campus, developed the college’s Corporate Training Center and assisted in numerous efforts to obtain additional federal and state funding for college expansion services.

Mr. Wolf earned a master’s degree in Business/Public Administration from the University of Baltimore and bachelor’s in Business Administration from Adelphi University.  He was also an Honorary Commander at MacDill Air Force Base. He is actively involved with the Tampa Bay History Center, several Chambers of Commerce and the Tampa Bay CEO Council.

On a personal note, Rob is married and has four children and one granddaughter. In his spare time, he enjoys road biking, golf and traveling with his wife Ellen. Mr. Wolf can be contacted at or 727-845-8080.

Pasco Kids First is a private, not-for-profit organization founded in 1989 as the Pasco Family Protection Team. Pasco Kids First is committed to continuing to advocate for the best interests of children with prevention, assessment, and treatment services through their work as a fully accredited Children’s Advocacy Center. It is their mission to keep kids safe, strengthen families through empowerment and enhance our community by preventing child abuse and healing children from trauma.  For more information about Pasco Kids First, visit