Scott Brown (he/him) brings over three decades of Jewish professional leadership and a track record of success to his coaching practice, Scott Brown Leadership Coaching, LLC, which he founded in 2015. Scott holds a certificate in Leadership Coaching from the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University, a 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). Scott’s clients often come from personal referrals from his outstanding reputation earned nationally and locally, and the relationships he formed over his career as a professional coach, trainer, consultant and volunteer leader. He served as Executive Vice President and Vice President for Talent at Hillel International and has experience and knowledge of many organizations in the Jewish non-profit sector.
He was Executive Director of Hillel at University of Maryland. 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). He serves on the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington Board and is a Past President of the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia. Scott earned an M.A. in Management from Webster University and a B.A. from Ohio University. He is the proud husband of author Jane Schapiro Brown, and father of three kind and successful daughters, and five brilliant grandchildren. Outside of coaching, he enjoys having fun with his enthusiastic Irish Setter, going on biking trips and playing competitive pickleball.
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