Volusia County Council
District 4 Representative
County of Volusia
Thomas C. Kelly
123 W. Indiana Ave.
DeLand, FL 32720
Heather Post is the District 4 Representative on the Volusia County Council. Her district includes the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Ormond Beach, Ormond-by-the-Sea, Holly Hill, the western half of Daytona Beach, and eastern portions of DeLand and DeLeon Springs. She began a four-year term in January 2017.
Guidance for Daytona State College Center for Women and Men FRESH Start program, Volusia County Adult Drug Court, PACE Center for Girls, Turie T. Small Elementary students
Board of Directors, Junior Achievement
Board of Directors, PACE Center for Girls
Board of Directors and State Public Affairs Committee, Junior League of Daytona Beach
Legislative Committee member, Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce
Local Government Committee member, Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce
Member, Stewart-Marchman-ACT Foundation
Board of Directors, United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties
Tiger Bay Clubs of Volusia County and Central Florida
Chambers of Commerce of Daytona Beach, Holly Hill, Ormond Beach, and Port Orange-South Daytona
Ormond Beach Historical Society
Highlighted as an American Success Story on FOX Business Network in New York, 2014
Influential Women in Business Award, 2014
Nominated as a Central Florida Woman of Distinction, 2013
Small Business of the Year Award, Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce, 2012
Spirit of the League Award, 2012
Florida Department of Law Enforcement Outstanding Team Member medal, 2006
Mrs. Post is the President/CEO of The Heather Post Company, providing training in professionalism, body language and situational awareness to corporate and public safety personnel nationwide. She is an on-air topic expert for a number of television stations. She also owned a separate company to provide interpersonal skills programs for youth, which she has since closed. Prior to creating these companies from the ground up, she worked over the course of two decades in law enforcement in the state of Florida as a law enforcement officer/detective. She was additionally employed as an Adjunct College Instructor for the Police Academy, for the Detectives Academy, and for advanced law enforcement.
Mrs. Post has lived in Volusia County since 2003. She and her husband, Randy, share their west Daytona Beach home with their dog, Sophie. She has one daughter, Meghan, who graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering.