Scoutcomms

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    ScoutComms, Inc. is an award winning social enterprise communications, corporate social responsibility, and philanthropic strategy firm supporting veterans, military families and organizations committed to their well-being. Our mission is to empower veterans and military families through communications grounded initiatives and collaborative alliances that lead to greater awareness of veterans’ needs and expanded access to economic and social resource opportunities. We are one of the first Benefit Corporations, B-Corps, focused on veterans and military family issues in the nation. We accomplish our mission by supporting companies, non-profits and foundations who are providing programs and charitable giving efforts in support of veterans and military families.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2010
    HQFredericksburg, US
    Websitescoutcommsusa.com

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    Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)11

    Key People/Management at Scoutcomms

    Fred Wellman

    Fred Wellman

    CEO and Founder
    Lauren Jenkins

    Lauren Jenkins

    Vice President and Managing Director of Scout Insight
    Brian Wagner

    Brian Wagner

    Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
    Kait Gillen

    Kait Gillen

    Manager
    Lauren Rose

    Lauren Rose

    Digital Marketing Manager
    Lindsey Barchent

    Lindsey Barchent

    Account Executive
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    Scoutcomms Office Locations

    Scoutcomms has an office in Fredericksburg
    Fredericksburg, US (HQ)
    521 Sophia St
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    Founding Date

    2010

    Scoutcomms Online and Social Media Presence

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    Scoutcomms Blogs

    ScoutReport: VA gets new deputy secretary, research released on post-9/11 veterans, jury awards $2M to Marine Corps family, and more…

    ScoutReport – September 13, 2019   It’s been a long week in D.C., but at least Alabama hasn’t been hit by any hurricanes … yet. On a positive note, I get the… The post ScoutReport: VA gets new deputy secretary, research released on post-9/11 veterans, jury awards $2M to Marine Corps family, and more…

    ScoutReport: ScoutComms named Best For The World, VA investigating possible homicides, new military mental health data released, and more…

    ScoutReport – September 6, 2019 We are hijacking our usual “pithily summarize the week” introduction to the ScoutReport to shine a spotlight on … ourselves. This week, ScoutComms was recognized for… The post ScoutReport: ScoutComms named Best For The World, VA investigating possible homicides, new m…

    ScoutComms Honored as 2019 ‘Best for the World’ B Corporation

    Veteran-owned company receives B Lab’s highest recognition for Certified B Corporations for 2nd year in a row Alexandria, Va., September 5, 2019 — ScoutComms has been recognized by the nonprofit B Lab as a… The post ScoutComms Honored as 2019 ‘Best for the World’ B Corporation appeared first on Scou…

    ScoutReport: US stops accepting Iraqi refugees who supported troops, agency causes military confusion and fear about citizenship rules, and more…

    ScoutReport – August 30, 2019 This week, when Washington should have been quietly counting down the days until fall, we instead saw a citizenship policy change that was one of the… The post ScoutReport: US stops accepting Iraqi refugees who supported troops, agency causes military confusion and fear…

    ScoutReport: Responsible gun ownership—not drugs—has greatest impact on veteran suicide, Trump order will benefit disabled veterans, and more

    ScoutReport – August 23, 2019 It has been a busy week in Washington, both for members of the ScoutComms team and for the news cycle. But we’ve managed to keep things… The post ScoutReport: Responsible gun ownership—not drugs—has greatest impact on veteran suicide, Trump order will benefit disabled v…

    ScoutReport: Long planned vacations, bad payments, WWP still in the fight, Left of Bang and more….

    ScoutReport – August 16, 2019   It’s been another crazy week in Washington! It’s so bad our company president, Brian Wagner, actually fled the country, although he claims it was a “long… The post ScoutReport: Long planned vacations, bad payments, WWP still in the fight, Left of Bang and more…. appea…
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    Scoutcomms Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Scoutcomms founded?

      Scoutcomms was founded in 2010.

    • Who are Scoutcomms key executives?

      Scoutcomms's key executives are Fred Wellman, Lauren Jenkins and Brian Wagner.

    • How many employees does Scoutcomms have?

      Scoutcomms has 11 employees.

    • Who are Scoutcomms competitors?

      Competitors of Scoutcomms include Bohlsen Group, Currie Communications and Newswire.com.

    • Where is Scoutcomms headquarters?

      Scoutcomms headquarters is located at 521 Sophia St, Fredericksburg.

    • Where are Scoutcomms offices?

      Scoutcomms has an office in Fredericksburg.

    • How many offices does Scoutcomms have?

      Scoutcomms has 1 office.