Brevard County Commission District 2

District 2 contains the towns of Merritt Island, Cocoa, Rockledge, Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach.

Notable named places are: Banana River, John F. Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Patrick Air Force Base, Sykes Creek and the Indian River.

Commisioner Bryan Lober

Commissioner Bryan Lober

Bryan and his wife, Rebecca, have lived in Brevard County since 2011. Since adopting their one-eyed rescue dog, Winks, Bryan and his family decided to make their forever home in Brevard County.

Bryan is the only attorney serving on the Board of County Commissioners. He served as the 2016 – 2017 President of the Brevard County Bar Association – the youngest individual, on record, to have served in such capacity in the organization’s 64+ year history.

Bryan and his wife enjoy woodworking, SCUBA diving, and volunteering with animal rescue organizations.

Brevard County Commission District 2 Staff

Fritz VanVolkenburgh

Fritz joined the District 2 staff after managing the Department of Human Resource’s $134 million budget. Prior to that, he was an internal auditor for the Brevard County Clerk of Court and an assistant state attorney for the 18th Judicial Circuit. Fritz’s private sector experience includes work as a management consultant, a bank officer, an English teacher (in Japan), and a ferryboat captain. Fritz has served as a firefighter/EMT reservist for several years. His outside interests include athletics, music, reading, boating, and travel.

Regina Weiler

Miss Regina Ayn Weiler, known widely as Rocket, graduated Magna Cum Laude from UCF at 17 with a B.A. in Political Science, then received her Master's degree in Communication Mass Media at 19 from UCF. She received the UCF Legislative Scholar Award & worked as UCF Legislative Aide to state representatives Rich Workman & Scott Plakon during the 2009 Legislative Session. Miss Weiler also completed the Emergency Management & Security Graduate Certificate Program at UCF. She served County Commissioner Trudie Infantini as the District 3 Executive Office Manager. Since 2010 she has been an adjunct professor at Eastern Florida State College, teaching Communication. Her outside interests include martial arts, dog rescue, digital art, cosplay, and writing.

Kika Golan

Kika was born in Valencia, Venezuela, where she earned a degree in Business Administration and International Commerce. In the U.S. since 2000, she has been a resident of Brevard County since 2005. Before working for County Commission District 2, Kika had experience in private law firms as a paralegal and legal assistant, as well as in the 18th Judicial Circuit Court in Viera as a Court Program Specialist. Kika met her husband of 13 years in the Space Coast, a Chemical Engineer working for NASA, and together they have a son, currently attending R.L. Stevenson Elementary School.