Scott Sforza oversees and designs visual communications strategies, large-scale events, and advises senior executives for Fortune 100 corporations, non-profit organizations, the U. S. Government and foreign governments.
As Deputy Assistant for Communications at the White House, Scott oversaw communications production for President George W. Bush and served as a senior member on the Pre-Advance Team.
Scott has designed and deployed some of the world’s most critical communications infrastructure, overseeing the transformation of The White House Press Briefing Room and building communications capabilities with allied countries. Scott also had a distinguished career in television and won an Emmy Award for his work at ABC News, “Nightline,” covering Nelson Mandela’s release in South Africa.
Scott graduated from the University of Maryland with Honors.