About

Matt With DogsMatt Nye is an innovative, self-starting, entrepreneurial project manager with 24 years of diversified expertise in technology, telecommunications, finance, marketing and communications. Nye currently works as Regional Director for Verteks Consulting, a leading provider of voice and data networks for enterprise and government clients in Florida, and is primarily responsible for new business development in the VoIP space.

During his time in enterprise sales he has saved large companies literally millions of dollars on their recurring communications costs. Some of his major wins include the City of Pensacola, IAP Worldwide Services in Cape Canaveral and the St. Johns River Water Management District.

In addition to his work at Verteks Consulting, Nye has taken on a number of leadership roles in local and national political and non-profit organizations. He is the Founder and Immediate Past Chair of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Central East Florida, the Organizer of the Brevard Tea Parties and the National Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC).

As the Organizer of the Brevard Tea Party and a former candidate for Brevard County Commission Nye is a frequently sought expert for local media on subjects like taxes, regulation, waste, fraud, abuse and transparency. In his capacity as National Chairman of the RLC he is frequently interviewed on issues pertaining to party politics and the role the liberty movement plays in today’s political landscape.

Nye is the son of Ocala natives Ben and Susan Nye. He was born in Riverdale, Georgia and raised in Ocala. Nye has one younger sister, Ellen, who resides in Gainesville with her husband and two sons.

Nye lives in SunTree with his two dogs, Lily & Cookie. He has worked as Regional Director for the Space Coast for Verteks Consulting, a leading provider of voice and data networks for enterprise and government clients, since 2008.

Nye plans to serve in elected office to give a voice to those who think our government is out of control and bring some good old fashioned common sense to bear on the problems of our day.

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