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Pamela Carrington Scott

12/23/2009, 3:05 a.m.
Pamela Carrington Scott, president...

Pamela Carrington Scott

Pamela Carrington Scott, president and CEO of LVCC, Inc., was recently appointed to the Salem State College Board of Trustees by Gov. Deval Patrick.

Ms. Scott has more than 30 years of sales and management experience in financial services and investment management. Prior to forming LVCC, Inc., a business consulting firm that advises firms on business development and organizational issues, in 2003, she was a senior vice president at State Street Corporation, where she managed investment relationships with mutual funds and corporate and public pension fund investors. She also led the State Street Global Advisors’ Charitable Asset Management Department, which served nonprofit organizations.

Scott was recently elected as an independent corporate director of Danvers Bancorp, Inc., holding company for Danversbank. Prior to Beverly National Bank’s merger with Danversbank she had served as director of its holding company, Beverly National Corporation, since 2006.

Scott also has an extensive history of support and involvement with nonprofit educational, social service, and performing arts organizations, as well as professional associations. She now serves on the board of directors of the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, The Boston Club, and the National Association of Securities Professionals (NASP).  In addition to serving recently on the Tuck School Board of Overseers, she has also served as president of Girls, Inc. of Lynn, as director of Celebrity Series of Boston, and as president of the Boston chapter of NASP.

Ms. Scott holds a B.A. in economics from Rice University, and an M.B.A. in finance from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College.

Scott began her career in investment management at Citibank, and has held sales, marketing and management positions with other global investment firms in the New York City area.

“Pamela Scott joins our board at a critical juncture in the college’s growth and development,” said Salem State President Patricia Maguire Meservey. “Her extensive knowledge of finance and business organization, coupled with her background both professionally and as a committed volunteer leader in the nonprofit sector, is of enormous value… We expect to benefit tremendously.”