Connor Weitz

Specialist, Prison Programs

Connor Weitz serves the Prison Programs team by supporting the management of National Ministry program partners including maintaining relationships with program partners, monitoring program performance, collecting program data and ensuring data integrity.  

Connor has a heart to see Prison Fellowship International’s vision, to break the cycle of crime and restore lives worldwide through Jesus’ love, come to life through the organization’s in-prison programs: The Prisoner’s Journey, Sycamore Tree Project and The Listener’s Way. Connor is deeply inspired by the real transformation that is occurring through these programs and is blessed to be a small part of making that transformation possible. 

Previously, Connor served as an assistant teacher of Theology and History while studying for his undergraduate degree. He also served as an intern for Prison Fellowship International’s Major Gifts Team before joining full-time.  

Connor earned a bachelor’s degree from Patrick Henry College in Classical Liberal Arts with a minor in Biblical Studies. He lives in with his wife in Leesburg, Virginia and enjoys hiking, reading and playing basketball in his free time.