Term: 2016 – 2019
Originally elected in 2010, Scott R. Dyer is currently serving his third three-year term on the Montgomery Village Foundation’s (MVF) Board of Directors, and has served on the following MVF committees: Executive, Personnel, Communications, Committee on the Environment, Recreation, Nominating (Chair), Election (Chair, as well as Moderator of the Candidates Forum, in 2012 and 2015), and the 50th Anniversary Planning Committee; as well as also participated in MVF's Vision 2030.
Scott is also currently serving his third three-year term on the East Village Homes Corporation's (EVHC) Board of Directors, since 2009, and has served on the following EVHC committees: Recreation & Environment, Parking & Public Safety, Publicity/Communications, External Affairs, Information Technology, Audit/Budget/Reserves, and the Dispute Resolution committee. During his time on the EVHC board, he assisted in the creation of a Neighborhood Watch program, in partnership with the Montgomery County Police Department. Scott is also credited for creating EVHC’s Facebook page and writing articles for the bi-weekly "East Village Echo" column in the Montgomery Village News.
Scott is employed as a Client Onboarding Officer (Vice President), at J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Washington, D.C. Scott is also a Notary Public, a certified Mediator and Facilitator, as well as a certified Voter Registrar with the Montgomery County Board of Elections. Scott’s notable former employment has included: State government (Maryland Department of Transportation), Federal Government (U.S. Department of Agriculture), and as a Realtor with Long and Foster (including the former Montgomery Village office).
Scott currently volunteers with Junior Achievement of Greater Washington, as a classroom instructor at Montgomery Village Middle School, teaching a financial literacy program to sixth graders. Scott has also been a twice-elected public official in Montgomery County (County Central Committee - two four-year terms), and is a recipient of the 'Call to Service' award from the President of the United States, highlighting his commitment to public service, leadership, and volunteer work. Scott is also a member of the prestigious Army and Navy Club in Washington, D.C., and a parishioner at St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Gaithersburg, MD.
Scott, a lifelong resident of Montgomery County, grew up in Bethesda before moving to Montgomery Village. Scott studied Business at Montgomery College in Rockville and received his Business Degree from Marymount University in Arlington, VA Scott is married to Joy Kraus Dyer, who grew up in Montgomery Village, is an accomplished Interior Designer, a stay-at-home mom to their son, Joseph, and a former president of the EVHC Board of Directors. The Dyers live in East Village. The Dyers’ townhome was notably a prior winner of Montgomery Village’s " Most Beautiful Gardens Contest " in 2008.