Mr. Woolridge is Founder and President of CivicSolve LLC (http://www.civicsolve.com), a Civic Engagement consulting firm focused on “Better Communities Through Civic Empowerment”. Raised in Arlington, Texas, Cornell began getting civically engaged at 10 years old as a volunteer for a local school board race. Since then, Mr. Woolridge’s community service includes NAACP, Rotary International, mentoring, and various boards in Austin, TX.
In the years following, Mr. Woolridge earned a Masters of Science Degree in Ethics and Public Policy from Suffolk University, most recently earning Graduate Certification in Transformative Leadership. Cornell has managed successful political and issue campaigns in Texas, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.
CivicSolve has worked with the Close Up Foundation, an organization offering experiential opportunities in civic engagement to middle and high school students nationwide and is presently coordinating the on-line presence of One Vote Now, a partnership of national disability advocacy organizations with a focus on increasing voter turnout within the disability community. Cornell lives in Austin, with his partner Candace and their dog Jack.
In the wake of another mass shooting in El Paso, Gov. Greg Abbott announced the formation of a domestic terrorism task force on Wednesday charged