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Scott Selig Named Partner at HDG

 

Harvest Development Group is honored to welcome Scott A. Selig as Partner to the firm. Scott has served as the firm’s Associate Vice President of Business Development since Sept. 2019.

Scott’s promotion to Vice President and Partner is in recognition of the impact during his tenure at Harvest, expanding its digital footprint and service offerings to benefit clients.

Scott was the catalyst in creating and hosting a series of webinars called “Do Good, Better. Lunch-Ins” that addressed the pandemic’s initial impact on nonprofits, and emerging trends in the sector, and created and hosted Harvest’s first-ever national conference called RISE, Forging Opportunity from Disruption, which offered 20 interactive workshops led by nonprofit experts that helped nonprofits build strategies and implement plans in these challenging times.

Scott also serves as a mentor with the CT Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) fraternity whose mission is to provide education, resources, and training to the future leaders of the world’s Jewish communities through the teaching of Tikkun, which is Hebrew for healing the world.

He was recently named to the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE), an international nonprofit organization devoted to promoting research and discussion regarding service-learning and community engagement, and serves as a lead in the Graduate Student Mentorship Group.

He also served as a mentor for the Obama Foundation Hartford Cohort where he coached a team addressing teen homelessness and runaways.

Selig received a Master of Arts in teaching, education/history from Washington University in St. Louis, and a Bachelor of Arts in history from Emory University.

Join us in congratulating Scott!

Scott may be reached at sselig@harvestdevelopmentgrp.com

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