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Scott Dishman is the Executive Director of the BMW Car Club of America Foundation, overseeing a nationwide car-control program for teenagers, and the largest BMW Museum & Archive in the Americas. Scott spent 21 years in corporate marketing and brand strategy starting with Automobile Magazine and eventually serving as the Director of Communications for the $3 billion Michelin consumer brand in the U.S. In 2006 Scott left the corporate world to work on behalf of Children at risk and led the launch of The Family Effect. Today in addition to his role with BMW, Scott serves on the Board of several philanthropic organizations and children’s causes and in 2015 Scott was selected to receive the Ethics in Action Award by the Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson University. He is one of only three people to receive the award to date.
“Anybody can be great because anybody can serve.” – Martin Luther King
CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES
Discovering in his early career how to wrap his passion to serve with his passion for automobiles. Then it was finding out what his “why” was.
FIRST SPECIAL VEHICLE
An MGB GT
BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE
Learn how to do it yourself.
PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE
Find a way to have a life and a career where you can wrap your passions with ways to serve others.
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