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Scott is the Associate Director of the Peace Corps in charge of global operations, which covers 65 countries, 3,000 employees and a $300 million budget. The Office of Global Operations also overseas Peace Corps Response (including the virtual service pilot), the Office of Global Health and HIV/AIDS, the Office of Programming and Training, the Office of Staging and Pre-Departure, as well as the agency's climate initiative, sustainability function, and host country volunteerism initiative. In this role, Scott also leads 1/3 of the agency Strategic Plan focused on Reimaging Service. Scott also is the primary Congressional briefer for the agency. Scott was appointed by the President Biden in the first week of the Administration at a time when there were no Volunteers in the field due to the global evacuation caused by the pandemic. Now the Peace Corps the Peace Corps has Volunteers back in nearly 60 countries.
Before joining the Peace Corps, Scott founded Atlas Corps, a "reverse Peace Corps" that brought 1,100+ leaders from 110 countries to serve in the United States for 12-18 months. He led Atlas Corps for 15 years, developing dozens of corporate partnerships (American Express, IBM, Deloitte, Microsoft, Nike, etc.) and partnering with foundations, and governments around the world.
Prior to Atlas Corps, Scott served as a U.S. diplomat in India (fighting human trafficking) and Bosnia (organizing elections), in the Clinton White House, with the Governor of Delaware (when he served as the Chair of the National Governors' Association), and at Ashoka. Scott is a published author, accomplished public speaker, and former adjunct professor at Georgetown and UVA.
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