BATON ROUGE, LA — November 29, 2018 — Today, Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome announced that Courtney M. Scott has been named Chief Service Officer for her administration. Scott has over 15 years of multi-faceted experience in project management, community engagement, and communications. She has deep relationships with Baton Rouge’s arts, cultural, non-profit, academic as well as business and civic communities. Her passion and commitment to the city are unparalleled.
Scott earned both a Bachelor and Master's degree in Mass Communication from Southern University and is a graduate of Baton Rouge Magnet High School.
As Chief Service Officer, Scott will support the development of strategic city initiatives focused on increasing volunteerism, community engagement, and new partnerships with businesses and philanthropic leaders. Upcoming initiatives that fall under the Chief Service Officer include Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program and Mayor's Youth Advisory Council.
“Service has shaped my character and success, and I am honored and humbled to serve the Baton Rouge community in this role,” said Scott. “My goal is to create a collaborative experience for residents by developing action-oriented plans that deliver concrete results and continuously improve quality of life while furthering progress in our community.”