Major Scott “Mack” Macksam to Speak February 2nd

Major (r) Scott “Mack” Macksam graduated from the University of
Cincinnati with a BA in History with a Minor in German Studies. He received a commissioned in the Field Artillery. Major Macksam served honorably 20
years in the United States Army in various leadership, command and staff
positions in a global setting. His last assignment was Director of Military
Science and Leadership at the University South Florida St. Petersburg where
he secured over 1.4 million scholarship awards to Cadets and personally
dedicated a 8K Veterans Memorial to USFSP. He has graduate of Officers
Basic Course, Air Defense Officers Advanced Course, CGSG and Combined
Arms Staff Service School, Air Assault, Military History Instructors Course
and holds a Masters in Organizational Management. He also has implemented
a National Leadership Development and Internship Programs for US Army
Cadet Command. In 2014, he secured a 30K National American Soldier Exhibit
which was a first in the State. He now is the Founder and President of the
Veterans Art Center Tampa Bay pioneering a model for the State of Florida.

Major Scott “Mack” Macksam to Address Rotary February 2nd


Major (r) Scott “Mack” Macksam graduated from the University of
Cincinnati with a BA in History with a Minor in German Studies. He received a commissioned in the Field Artillery. Major Macksam served honorably 20 years in the United States Army in various leadership, command and staff positions in a global setting. His last assignment was Director of Military Science and Leadership at the University South Florida St. Petersburg where he secured over 1.4 million scholarship awards to Cadets and personally dedicated a 8K Veterans Memorial to USFSP. He has graduate of Officers Basic Course, Air Defense Officers Advanced Course, CGSG and Combined
Arms Staff Service School, Air Assault, Military History Instructors Course
and holds a Masters in Organizational Management. He also has implemented
a National Leadership Development and Internship Programs for US Army
Cadet Command. In 2014, he secured a 30K National American Soldier Exhibit
which was a first in the State. He now is the Founder and President of the
Veterans Art Center Tampa Bay pioneering a model for the State of Florida.