Scott McAuliffe brings a remarkable breadth and depth of entrepreneurial and technological experience to the National Performing Arts Funding Exchange, along with non-stop tenacity and a sense of humor unlike any other.
Scott’s level of hand-on experience defining new high-technology-resplendent business processes, managing high level teams in high-technology (and highly classified!) large organization and government projects is unquestioned, including Homeland Security and other highly-sensitive agencies where he has been entrusted with managing high-budget, highly-sensitive critical mission IT projects.
Unlike many experts in IT, however, Scott offers an enviable career of commitment to achieving social good where he lives.
Hailing originally from Salinas, Kansas, now resident in Northern Virginia, married and proud father of three daughters, Scott is non-stop active in his community.
For starters, he is the senior support/volunteer for IT services for Home Care Partners in Washington DC, the area’s oldest and most respected non-profit Assisted Living Organization for the elderly in metro D.C., coach for Girls Lacrosse for the Northern Virginia Southwestern Youth Organization, President of the Board of Trustees for the Little Rocky Run Home Owners Association (2,700 homes!), Swimming Official and judge for a Northern Virginia Swim League — and an unwavering Kansas City Royals fan well-positioned to tell you how and why the Royals won the World Series in 2015!
Best of all, Scott has written the book on selfless generosity. He always shares his business, technology — and his laser-like ability to cut through the underbrush to get to the solution FAST — with a great smile and boundless enthusiasm. (back to Team page)