Michael Woloz joined Connelly McLaughlin & Woloz in 2000 and became a named partner in 2011. Mr. Woloz has managed public relations, government relations and marketing campaigns for corporations, boards of trade, universities and nonprofit organizations. He successfully negotiated landmark state and city environmental legislation on behalf on multiple energy clients, shaped the media narrative of clients undergoing major regulatory changes, built marketing campaigns for start-up businesses and helped secure funding and public awareness for a variety of cultural clients.
In 2015 and 2016, he was profiled by the publication City and State in its “Power 100” issues and has been featured in Crain’s New York Business and the Real Deal. He has appeared as a roundtable panelist on NY1’s “Inside City Hall” and “Up Close with Diana Williams” and as a regular spokesperson for clients in various print, broadcast and online media outlets.
Mr. Woloz has held various appointments including the nationally recognized Mayor’s Clean Heat Task Force. Mr. Woloz is active in a number of non-profit and charitable organizations including the arts education group, Young Audiences New York, where he is a longtime Board Member. He was named among the “Responsible 100” New York City business executives in 2015.