Meet our team of employees at Holz Foundation. Our staff is dedicated to helping children with developmental delays, so as to release these children from their spiritual, physical, and social struggles thus enabling them to become responsible and fulfilled adults.
James M. Holz, Esq. is the co-founder of Puzzle Box Academy and Kaleidoscope Interventions, and the founder of the Holz Law Group and the nonprofit Autism Early Enrichment. James graduated from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia before working for Wagner Stott Bear Sterns on the New York Stock Exchange. As a stock trader, James earned seven different financial licenses within his career. After the tragic events of 9/11, James left New York to later pursue a Juris Doctorate from Florida A&M University College of Law. As an associate of Florida EB-5 Investments LLC, James counsels a broad spectrum of individuals on investment-oriented immigration routes such as the EB-5 visa program. He is highly proficient and experienced in EB-5 projects, both directly pooled investments and Regional Centers nationwide. Puzzle Box Academy and Kaleidoscope Interventions are both successful EB-5 projects associated with Holz Law Group.
Pamela Holz is the founder and CEO of Puzzle Box Academy and Kaleidoscope Interventions. Pamela is a seasoned educator as well as a business manager with a degree in early childhood education. Pamela Holz is a seasoned educator and business manager. She holds a degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education and licensed by the State of Florida as a Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten instructor and facilitator. Mrs. Holz holds a Director’s Credential by the State of Florida and the Department of Children and Family Services. She is a former licensed insurance agent and adjuster who is well versed in the regulations regarding reimbursement of insurance plans regarding child therapy services. She was the senior negotiator trainer for Aetna Healthcare from 2000- 2005. She left the finance and insurance industry when her own son was diagnosed with Autism in 2007. Mrs. Holz has since dedicated her life to the education and early intervention treatment of children and families on the autism spectrum. Mrs. Holz’s personal experience allows her to reach out to parents on an emotional level not otherwise permitted by those not affected by the disorder. Mrs. Holz has exemplary leadership skills, excellent communication skills, and a good understanding of 21st Century Learning, National and State Academy Standards and Assessments.