Key hire adds expanded public relations, advocacy and political experience to ‘Best For The World’ Virginia agency
Fredericksburg, VA – ScoutComms, the nation’s leading communications, advocacy, philanthropic strategy and market research firm focused on efforts to support veterans and military families, today announced that Chance Browning has joined the company as Associate Vice President.
Browning most recently served as Director of Communications and Marketing for Student Veterans of America where he developed and implemented communications and advocacy campaigns for the national nonprofit which represents more than 500,000 student veterans on over 1,400 campuses across the country. Browning brings to ScoutComms more than a decade of experience in communications, marketing, advertising and advocacy.
“We are thrilled to have Chance join our team and bring his diverse experience in public relations and advocacy, both in and out of the veterans community, to our efforts supporting the top organizations impacting the veteran and military family communities,” said Fred Wellman, Founder and CEO of ScoutComms. “We continue to see sustained growth and having Chance on our team will be key for our 2018 expansion plans and opportunities.”
ScoutComms is a Virginia Benefit Corporation, advocating for veterans and military families and empowering the organizations supporting them. Leveraging public relations, market research, advocacy and corporate social responsibility expertise the firm works with top non-profits, Fortune 500 corporations, innovative veteran-focused small businesses, foundations and government agencies. Recent clients include The Home Depot Foundation, the USAA Educational Foundation, Student Veterans of America, the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, the Elizabeth Dole Foundation, Vet Tix, RallyPoint, Wounded Warrior Project, National Geographic and many more.
Browning holds a B.F.A. from Midwestern State University, completed graduate work at the University of Georgia and earned a Masters of Arts in Political Communication from American University. His previous work as both a communications manager and political organizer encompasses a variety of sectors and projects, from small media companies and non-profits to presidential campaigns.
“I am extremely grateful for this opportunity and look forward to continuing to work on behalf of veterans, service members, and military families. I am excited to help tell their stories and work with the many incredible organizations that ScoutComms represents,” Mr. Browning said today.
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ScoutComms is a communications and consulting firm with unmatched knowledge and experience in the nation’s veteran and military communities. We support a diverse array of for-profit and nonprofit organizations that employ, empower and serve veterans, service members and their families. We offer a wide range of qualitative and quantitative services, including public relations, advocacy, market research and strategy development. Based in the Washington, D.C. area, we are an award-winning Certified B Corporation and one of the first registered Benefit Corporations (B-Corps) focused on veterans and military families in the world. ScoutComms is a Department of Veterans Affairs certified Service Disabled Veterans Owned Small Business, as well. Visit us online at www.ScoutCommsUSA.com. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.