Trevor W. Santos
National Shooting Sports Foundation
Trevor joined the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) in October 2014 and currently serves as the Director of Government Relations-State Affairs, overseeing all of NSSF’s efforts in the southeast. He focuses on state legislation and regulations affecting the lawful commerce in firearms and ammunition products, hunting, and the shooting sports. In addition to legislative and regulatory efforts, Trevor also manages numerous consultants and helps coordinate NSSF’s public relations in his region.
In 2017, Trevor was successful in passing the first of its kind law to protect the firearms industry from discriminatory practices by companies within the financial sector, the Firearms Industry Nondiscrimination Act (FIND Act) in Georgia.
Prior to joining NSSF, Trevor worked as a State Lobbyist for the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA). He was NRA-ILA’s primary liaison between the NRA and elected and agency officials and their staff in his assigned states, communicating the NRA-ILA’s position on proposed legislation, ordinances, and regulations related to the Second Amendment and hunting issues. Additionally, he was tasked with spearheading political strategy in his assigned states on behalf of the NRA’s Political Victory Fund.
Outside of his professional duties with NSSF, Trevor also serves as co-chair for Safari Club International’s (SCI) Governmental Affairs Committee, and as a member of the SCI-PAC Board of Trustees. He is a proud life member of the NRA and SCI, as well as a member of Ducks Unlimited and Delta Waterfowl. Trevor resides just outside of Athens, Georgia.