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Scott Brown

Scott Brown Leadership Coaching, LLC
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Scott brings three decades of experience and a track record of success to his coaching practice, Scott Brown Leadership Coaching, LLC, which he founded in 2015. From media to marketing to legal to non-profit leaders, from rabbis to executives in the C-suite to early career staff, Scott has supported hundreds of professionals from all experience levels and walks of life. He has turned around lagging organizations by motivating staff and pursuing strategies to elevate their performance. He has transformed a high potential, but low-performing, local affiliate of an international enterprise. He has led a complex human resources program for more than 800 employees, integrating new talent management and leadership development programs that make the organization a model for its industry.

He served as Executive Vice President and Vice President for Talent at Hillel’s International Headquarters, focusing on professional leadership, recruitment, and hiring for a diverse, global workforce. Before joining Hillel’s International Headquarters, he was Executive Director of Hillel at University of Maryland where he transformed board and staff engagement, supervised construction of a new facility, and oversaw programming for 6,000 students per year. As Associate Executive Director of the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia, Scott designed and developed new programs while overseeing the transition to a new facility. He began his professional career leading Jewish overnight camps in Cleveland (Camp Wise) and St. Louis (Camp Sabra), and works as a coach/consultant with Foundation for Jewish Camp. He currently serves as President of the JCCNV and has served on the board of Bread for the City.

Scott holds a certificate in Leadership Coaching from the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University, a high profile and renowned program in the coaching world. He has been designated at an advanced level as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation (ICF). Through his commitment to innovation and leadership, he earned Hillel the prestigious Prism Award from the Metro DC chapter of ICF. He also was honored by the Washington Business Journal Human Resources Leadership Awards for ethics and mentoring. Fairfax County (Virginia) Public Schools recognized his volunteer leadership with their Human Relations Award, and Hillel awarded him the Exemplar of Excellence Award, its highest honor for professional staff. He earned an M.A. in Management from Webster University and a B.A. from Ohio University. Scott has been married for over 30 years and has three children and one grandchild.