Montgomery County Community College Appoints New Executive Director of the Baker Center

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Montgomery County Community College has announced the appointment of Scott Moon as the new Executive Director of the Baker Center of Excellence for Employee Ownership and Business Transformation.

In this position, he is responsible for leading the Baker Center of Excellence and its endeavors to increase awareness and adoption of the employee-ownership model for privately held companies in Montgomery County and across the Delaware Valley.

“We’re pleased to have Scott join our Montco family. With his business acumen and experience, he will be a dynamic leader in the development of the Baker Center and its resources to assist companies in the region,” said Kyle Longacre, MCCC Dean of Workforce and Economic Development.

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Scott Moon, Executive Director.

Moon joins MCCC with a successful track record of launching new business initiatives across a variety of industries.

He excels in business leadership, bringing a collaborative approach that combines the right level of process and discipline from large organizations with the nimbleness necessary to launch and grow a new initiative.

“I look forward to collaborating with area business leaders in the formation of the plans and resources for the Baker Center of Excellence,” Scott Moon said.

“The Baker Center will help to transform companies, increasing their competitive advantage through the employee-ownership model, as well as other business models.”

Throughout his career, Scott Moon has held leadership positions across many organizations, including Citibank, Dell, and Ernst & Young. Most recently, Moon served as a vice president for Goldman Sachs.

In the academic year 2020-21, MCCC received its largest gift in its 56-year history of $3 million from Kenneth D. Baker for the creation of the Baker Center of Excellence.

Baker, the CEO of NewAge Industries in Southampton, Pa., is a proponent of employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) after converting NewAge in 2006 and seeing the positive benefits for both employees and the company.

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