Anthony Scaramucci Elected to the Board of The SCORE Foundation

Washington, D.C.─Anthony Scaramucci of New York City has been elected to The SCORE Foundation’s board of directors. In this role, Scaramucci will be responsible for guiding the foundation’s philanthropic support of the SCORE Association. His term began on October 1, 2003.

The mission of The SCORE Foundation is to support and leverage the work of the SCORE Association “Counselors to America’s Small Business.” The SCORE Association provides free and confidential business advice and training to nearly 400,000 entrepreneurs each year. The SCORE Foundation raises funds to help the SCORE Association fulfill its mission of service to the small business community, through entrepreneur mentoring and training.

Scaramucci is currently a managing director of the private asset management group for the investment firm of Neuberger Berman. He joined Neuberger Berman in 2001, after founding and serving as a partner of Oscar Capital Management. While at Oscar Capital Management, he managed four hedge funds with assets totaling over one billion dollars. He was also head of compliance and research.

Ken Yancey, executive director of The SCORE Foundation says, "Anthony Scaramucci is a tremendous addition to The SCORE Foundation board, and will play a vital role in generating support for the foundation." Yancey adds, "Anthony supports the important role SCORE plays in helping America’s entrepreneurs ensure that they can achieve their dreams of small business ownership.”

Scaramucci previously served as a vice president at Goldman Sachs & Co., where he was focused on both research and capital market activity. He is involved in a number of charitable organizations, including the Lymphoma Foundation, the Brain Tumor Foundation, and the Center for Social and Emotional Education.

The SCORE Foundation was formed in 2001. The SCORE Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, public charity dedicated to ensuring a lasting legacy of business counseling and training for successful American small businesses, by supporting the SCORE Association (www.score.org) and its volunteer corps.