Scott Brewer named associate general secretary for Administration and Operations

_MDB5460Brewer will be transferring to the GBHEM from the United Methodist General Council on Finance and Administration, where he has served for the past 12 years. During his tenure at GCFA, Brewer has worked in various roles including his current position as associate general secretary for Connectional Relations.

“We are excited about the skills, talents, and gifts that Scott brings to our work and look forward to having him join our team,” said Cape.

As associate general secretary for Administration and Operations at GBHEM, Brewer will provide chief administrative oversight to the fiscal, operational and administrative functions of the Board, including finance, information technology, operational/administrative management and data management programs. Additionally, he will provide leadership for strategic planning and implementation of new programmatic initiatives. As part of GBHEM’s executive team, he will work collaboratively with the general secretary on Board-wide activities including General Conference initiatives, annual board meeting planning, property and building services functions, safety and crisis management and revenue-generating strategies.

Brewer received his undergraduate degree from Nebraska Wesleyan University.

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