Influence Score: 47,619
1,288 out of 838,965 Veterans
1,288 out of 838,965 Veterans
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A proven, highly skilled, dynamic, dedicated, and results-oriented leader with twenty years military experience supervising, teaching, and managing teams. An effective motivator with practical experience in both traditional and non-traditional classroom environments. Strong skills in community relations, project planning, resource management, key issue identification, and public speaking. SFC Scott graduated Cum Laude from Chaminade University of Honolulu with a B.A. in Historical and Political Studies and a minor in Psychology. Nearing the end of his military career, SFC Scott, and his family, will permanently settle in beautiful St. Petersburg, Florida where he intends to embark on a new career teaching high school history, economics, or government while working to complete his PhD in History focusing on Colonial America.
Sep 2009 - Jul 2017
Community Outreach NCOIC
Recognized by multiple Commanding Generals for planning and coordinating all division / executive level senior leader engagements and community outreach, to include the Adopt-A-School Program, throughout coastal Georgia and the surrounding areas. • Directed, and coordinated, support for more than 3000 community events with military and civilian agencies; ensuring events were nested with the commander’s vision and public affairs outreach program. • Conducted daily liaison between office of the Commanding General and various political and economic leaders across Southeast Georgia. • Developed the standards and training program for the Third Infantry Division Adopt-A-School Program; subsequently training more than 500 senior and junior leaders to interact with local educators and students
May 2003 - Sep 2009
Recruiting Station Commander
Commanded and supervised Army Recruiting Stations – trained, counseled, motivated, and evaluated the performance of more than 100 soldiers in the arts of sales and marketing. • Led recruiting station to exceed assigned yearly objectives for three consecutive years earning the highest Army recruiting award – the “Glen E. Morrell Award”. • Provided expert training and leadership to subordinates resulting in a 78% increase of the recruiting station’s annual market share. • Recognized as a top station commander in the Cleveland Recruiting Battalion in both 2006 and 2007.
Mar 2001 - May 2003
Deployments(3 years, 1 month)
Sep 2009 - Nov 2010
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
Assigned to various positions throughout the Joint Operations Center on COB Speicher ranging from Battle NCO, Battle CPT, to JOC SGM.
Sep 2001 - Mar 2002
Security element attached to 5th Group
Jun 2000 - Jan 2001
Assigned to the Multi-National Forces and Observers (MFO)
Mar 1999 - Sep 1999
Deployed as part of a humanitarian assistance mission assigned to the US Support Group Haiti.
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