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Scott from Minneapolis is working to transform Minnesota by ‘catalyzing progress.’.

Scott Brown is here to provide the spark that will unite and transform Minnesota. With his no-nonsense attitude and strong sense of justice, he is sure to make a positive impression on the state. Even though Scott is not from Minnesota, he can tell you that he is just as excited to attend United we Transform as anyone else. It is understood that this conference is unlike any other, with the opportunity to meet leaders from the military, politics, civic life, business and more, as well as experts on 50 topics impacting Minnesota.

Scott's sharp wit and clear-headedness will make sure that he is able to make the most of this unique experience and help Minnesota reach its full potential. He is here to show what he can do, and it is sure that no one will be disappointed.

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Scott's work aligns with 5 of the United Nations.
Sustainable Development Goals.

To end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all - Scott’s work contributes towards the 5 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

There is no point of United We Transform and working smart locally if we don’t connect to our wider humanity.

Scott will cut through "Minnesota Nice” by sharing ‘their’ personality.

This is an AI generated perspective of Scott’s personality. Research indicates accuracy of 95% for anyone with an online social presence.

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Scott tends to be friendly, casual, and extremely perceptive when interacting with others.


Scott tends to be a visual person, so make sure to include graphics, when possible. Show pictures or videos and make sure they add to the storytelling of your pitch.

What comes naturally to Scott

  • Feeling comfortable speaking to a new person

  • Bouncing between topics in a conversation

  • Preferring to start a project from scratch


Scott is relentlessly optimistic and appreciates friendly, transparent conversation. Expect him to initiate side conversations to talk about life outside of work. Affirm his ideas and let him know that you're listening to him when in conversation.

When speaking to Scott

  • Talk about abstract philosophies or ideas

  • Keep conversation lighthearted

  • Affirm his bright ideas


Scott is people-oriented and thrives on building new relationships. If you can make him feel accepted and included in a group, he will happily work on any task. He will enjoy being asked for advice and will happily stop to explain the situation to his co-workers.

What motivates Scott

  • New friendships

  • Interesting ideas

  • Working closely with others


If you have an issue with Scott or need to give him constructive criticism, it is best to do it in person. He will appreciate people who are approachable and help make peace and create harmony in his work environment. Empathy likely comes naturally to him, making him a community leader and a source of trust for his team.

When working with Scott

  • Build social time into the workflow

  • Avoid being overly critical

  • Don't give him too much repetitive work

By publishing their virtual Fingerprint, allows others to get to know them a little better.

Scott’s Fingerprint is created by mining 100+ public websites to create an index of weighted terms from Scott’s online activity.


Scott Brown


consulting business

customer service


new business development.


Scott Brown


consulting business

customer service


new business development.

We share this information in order to break down silos, enable learning from others and empower collaboration across Minnesota.

A quick pause to thank our employers:

We can represent as individuals. But we also need to connect our companies, their products and budgets to transform….

How can we influence the media with our corporate budgets to make the changes necessary in our state?

Please check out my organizations website to see if it could serve yours.

Thank youSCOTT BROWN CONSULTING INCfor supporting United We Transform!

How can Scott extended network contribute to enhancing local efforts?

To collaborate better, we need to connect across silos. We need to connect better within silos. Often times the best answer is just a cubicle away that you never would have thought of. Sometimes it is an ocean away.

We are now simply providing people here to help you connect and be more successful in your career, but right now… for Minnesota!

Vincent Pecararo
Digital Transformation Leader, Department of Defense

Digital Transformation
Daycare Management

Contracting details
Concrete evidence



Colter Lease
Art Director, Creative Lead, theDifference Consulting

Art Direction
Spray Pain Art
Artificial Intelligence




Nathalia Luna
Solution Designer, theDifference Consulting

Data science
Design Thinking
Real Time Work

Remote Working
Real time feedback
Quick thinking



Jack Burgess
Facilitator, theDifference Consulting

Landscape Painting
Design Methodology

Rural settings
Artistic Influence
MGT Models
Low tech



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Here is Scott’s current social network strength.

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Let’s utilize Social for MN Transformation!


0/5 Unkown
1/5 No social presense
2/5 Very little or inaccurate social data
3/5 Has details but doesn’t post/share/comment often
4/5 Active and accurate
5/5 Social leader

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