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Heath Neel-Glass

VP of Human Resources

Heath Neel-Glass is the Vice President of Human Resources for the iOFFICE enterprise. Heath joined the leadership team in 2020 with a proven track record of strategic alignment across diverse organizations. As head of the department, he leads the charge in the development of HR and organizational infrastructure. Heath’s background of building people-centric engagement programs is an exciting addition to the leadership team. 

Prior to joining iOFFICE, Heath supported professionals in a variety of industries and backgrounds, providing successful solutions as an outsourced HR consultant. Additionally, he developed HR professionals and built thriving teams from scratch, through thoughtful selection, onboarding, and the continual development of people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.   

His approach to leadership was influenced largely by his experiences with EHI Holdings (Alamo, Enterprise, and National) where he started as a management trainee in his early 20s and rose within the company as a leader in human resources. He credits great mentorship for his professional success throughout his career and as a result, he enjoys mentoring and influencing the growth of others.  

Heath is excited to explore new common values that guide the iOFFICE organization into the future.He emphasizes the importance of assuming good intent in others — especially during major adjustments. 

“I am honored to be at the forefront of the blending of our four different but similar companies and their cultures. 

Heath grew up in Colorado and enjoys getting outdoors to hike, camp, ski, and fish. His other hobbies generally involve working with his hands, particularly on personal construction projects. 

Heath’s family  including his wife of 22 years, Andrea, their three sons, and Labrador (Duke)  enjoy life in Houston, Texas. The Neel-Glass family share a passion for being active  all three sons play football and Andrea coaches gymnastics. Prior to moving back to Houston in 2014, the family spent four years in Canada; first in Ontario, then Alberta.