Neuendorf spent nearly 10 years as communications manager for the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) before leaving in late 2010 to become the Communications Director for the World Series of Boxing (WSB) Americas. Neuendorf assisted in the communications strategy for the newly-developed professional sports organization and helped broaden the impact of the new league and its four U.S. based franchises.
While at the USOC, he helped manage media operations for Team USA at select events including five Olympic Games, two Paralympic Games, two Pan American Games and two World University Games. He also helped coordinate five Olympic Media Summits, an intensive three-day media session for 100 Olympic hopefuls. His involvement at the USOC also centered on working with the sport National Governing Bodies (NGBs) to secure exposure for the USOC, its member organizations and America's athletes.
From 1997 to 2001, Neuendorf was the manager of media and public relations for USA Boxing, the NGB of Olympic-style boxing in the U.S.
Neuendorf is a 1997 graduate of the University of Idaho where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations. While at Idaho, he also worked four years in the university's sports information department. He and his wife, Tina, reside in Colorado Springs with their children Hayley, Kyle and Carter.