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Scott Litten
SL Executive Director—Resource Development—Nonprofit Consultant
3105 La Costa Way, Raleigh, NC 27610 (919)-710-9511

Professional Profile With over 20 years of professional nonprofit experience I have held positions
including: Executive Director, Human Resource Director, Director of
• Compassionate and results driven
Resource Development, Consultant and Board of Directors Member.
nonprofit human services
executive Successful Nonprofit Executive
• Proactive, creative, visionary Executive Director
nonprofit leader known for ability Achieved National (CARF) and State (NC Association of Free Medical Clinics) accreditation.
to gain support from donors, Created successful model staff training program (Harry S Truman Neurological Center).
community, government, staff, Developed quality outcome plans and measurements. Produced community resources, recruitment
and volunteers management and retention of professional staff and volunteer personnel while operating
• National, State, and Local efficiently with financial stability. Increased client services and enhanced satisfaction.
recognition for development of Accomplished speaker and author of published articles. Extensive involvement with civic and
accredited award winning nonprofit organizations. Proven operational success.
Creation of Nonprofit Organizations
• Successful history of operational Responsible for creation, funding and operation of the Augusta Regional Dental Clinic as
and financial management Executive Director of new dental clinic (today a model for others). Full dental services to over
3,000 patients annually. Board of Directors governance, and leadership, public awareness,
• Respected leader with a financial management, grant writing and implementation, program development responsibilities.
reputation for exceeding Created homeless services organization, Shelter and Beyond, in Raleigh NC including
performance objectives incorporation and IRS nonprofit status.

• Successful resource development Resource/Financial Development

and fundraiser including annual As Resource Director at Good Shepherd Center assisted in raising $1.5 million cash operating
giving, capital campaigns, budget, and collecting 800,000 pounds of food for homeless shelter. Conducted seven special
planned giving, in-kind gifts and fundraising events in eleven months. Provided extensive website and desktop publishing. Reduced
special events creation and
fundraising expenses by $30,000. Conducted organization’s largest one day fundraising event in 23
implementation year history. Also coordinated over 500 volunteers. Recipient of NC Center for Nonprofits Good
• Active community and nonprofit Stewardship Award. At Augusta Regional Dental Clinic (Executive Director) received,
related involvement implemented, managed and reported on $600,000 HRSA grant. At Augusta Regional Free Clinic
garnered three significant planned giving/endowment gifts.
• Board of Directors leadership,
guidance, and strategic planning Failing Nonprofit Turnaround Success
At EPTC served as Human Resource Director and Co-Executive Director. Saved over $1.0 million
• Failing nonprofit organization dollars in contract labor annually (Organization sold to national for profit agency) and at Harry S
turn around with emphasis on Truman Neurological Center served as Executive Director for failing forty nine year old
quality client outcomes developmental disabilities organization. Achieved National accreditation. (Commission on
Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities-CARF). Restored state and local funding.
• Creation of successful nonprofit
human service organizations Non Profit Consultant
20 years of nonprofit consulting, strategic planning and executive management including:
• Development of nonprofit Board of Directors Policies and Procedures, Conflict of Interest, Board Responsibilities, Board
strategic and financial plans Code of Ethics, Accounting Policies and Procedures, OSHA Manual, Personnel Policies and
Procedures, Financial Development, Patient Handbook, Privacy Practices, Consent for Treatment,
• Extensive nonprofit consulting Medical Treatment Information, Photo Release, Patient Information Form, Deemed Consent
experience Form, Patient Policies, Translator Requirements, Homelessness Case Statement, Oral Health
Article, Budget Preparation and Monitoring,, Patient Handbook, Reimbursement Rates, Marketing
• Successful grant writer Plan, Federal Poverty Guidelines, Office Conference Calling Services, No Show/Cancel Policy,
Volunteer Handbook, Population Demographics, Head Start Information, Practice Management
• Firm Administrator for major
Software Analysis, Position Descriptions and Evaluation Forms, and Staff Incentive Plans.
regional CPA Firm in NY with
financial management, human 8 Years as Firm Administrator with Major Regional CPA Firm in NY
resources, technology, marketing Firm financial, human resource, marketing, technology management and nonprofit consulting.
and nonprofit consulting (Harry Bloch Managing Partner- (now deceased)

• Excellent oral and written

communication skills Providing Engagement, Empowerment, and Excellence
Scott Litten
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Prior years of operational, financial
Areas of Expertise
and quality of agency services
instability resulted in a loss of staff and • Financial Management • Technology • Board Governance
national accreditation, and all state and
local funding. We faced the strong
• Program Development • Fundraising • Human Resources
possibility of ceasing operations after
• Community Awareness • Grant Writing • Strategic Planning
49 years. Within 10 months, Scott
regained the national accreditation
(CARF). With this accreditation came
• Marketing • Operations • Special Events
State and local recognition in the
provision of high quality services to our
clients. - Professional and Community Affiliations
Ann Johnson- Director of Finance,
Truman Neurological Center • Commission on Rehabilitation Facilities Member
• Virginia and North Carolina Nonprofit Associations Member
I truly cannot think of another person
more qualified in nonprofit • Author, “Nonprofit Financial Management”
management. Scott brings a wealth of • Accredited Policies and Procedures Development
experience from not only a business
perspective, but from a nonprofit • (Board-Accounting-Personnel-OSHA-Volunteers)
perspective particularly given the • Virginia Health Care Foundation “Program That Made It”
successes experienced by both the
Augusta Regional Free Clinic (ARFC) • Menands Workshop Board of Directors
and the Augusta Regional Dental • Bridge Builders Disability Services, Board of Directors
Clinic (ARDC) during Scott’s tenure as
Executive Director of both • Special Neighbors MRDD Services, Board of Directors
organizations. In fact, without Scott’s • Society of Human Resource Managers Member
leadership, talents and forward
thinking, the ARDC would not exist. He • Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry Board of Directors
is a visionary that can realistically raise • Association of Fundraising Professionals Member
funds and operate any non profit. -
Chris Harman Dental Director ARDC • Community Health Forum Executive Board of Directors
• United Way Member (various locations)
I was able to witness firsthand the • Association of Funding Raising Professionals
innate ability Scott has to work with • Tooth Talk, Virginia Health Care Foundation
people and focus their contributions
towards a common goal. He is a leader. I • Central Virginia Dental Task Force
also feel that few people have the • VA and NC Association of Free Clinics Member
organizational skills that Scott
possesses. Perhaps his greatest asset is • RX Partnership Member
his people skills. - Greg Tolbert, • Blue Ridge Community Foundation Participant
RPh. and Board Member
Since my volunteer input was rather
• Community Health Assessment Organizer
unusual—strategic planning and • Homelessness Point In Time Count Participant
special projects, I got to observe Scott in
a number of settings and situations. I
• Partnership to Prevent and End Homelessness Member
have worked with a number of boards • MGMA Certified Medical Practice Executive Candidate
and many community endeavors. I
have never worked with a more capable
• Association of Accounting Administrators Member
and hard-working nonprofit leader. • University and College Speakers Organizations
His intensity of purpose, his
• Recipient of NC Center for Nonprofit Award
compassion for the patients, his
extraordinary commitment as well as • Chamber of Commerce Member (various locations)
the range of experience, competence,
and wisdom that he brings to each Education
objective was uncommon and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
remarkable.-Rhonda Herman,
Exec VP. McFarland & Company, Inc.
Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, WV