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Scott Sullivan

A Giving Celebrity:

Scott Sullivan

Founder, The Corps Of Compassion

Scott SullivanScott SullivanWhen confronted with the devastation of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005 in his hometown of Baton Rouge, the first thing Scott Sullivan did was to text message his friend and business partner at the time who lived in Las Vegas, which he also calls home, and asked her to get together whatever resources she could. He would then see that it got where it had to be in Louisiana. That was the beginning of Corps of Compassion. The grass roots organization quickly became an active and effective 501(c) (3) non-profit charity. They filled a critical need helping displaced families from Louisiana that had relocated in Las Vegas by finding them shelter, food and clothes.

Using his own funds for start-up, Corps of Compassion was one of the first organizations to physically get water and supplies into New Orleans, working side by side with emergency workers and other volunteers to help victims. Scott lived in shelters with evacuees and began to try to fill as many of their needs as possible. Corps of Compassion helped tens of thousands of evacuees, first responders and citizens of New Orleans by creating a grass roots effort to bring immediate aid and information to them. Avoiding the red tape, Corps had assisted those affected by securing food, shelter, furnishings and jobs. Corps also helped to reunite families. As a tribute to its efforts, Corps of Compassion was honored as the 2006 Best Community Service Organization by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

When his mission of helping displaced families was accomplished, Scott saw that there was another need in Las Vegas and began a new program to help the homeless and at-risk children that had been forgotten, have no family or simply are at-risk for a life of difficulty. It was at that time, Corps of Compassion made it their mission to give a ray of sunlight to these children. The Corps now delivers a basic necessity to these children that we all need in life- Food.

Scott Sullivan has been an entrepreneur from his very first venture into corporate America. He was only 28 years old when he and his brother founded a fleet management company that they built into a thriving business. Seven years later, the partners sold their company to a large international holding corporation, which left Scott in a position of financial freedom and the opportunity to continue to focus his time and energy on his life-long passion- empowering others to be successful and fulfilled in their own lives.

Scott was also a successful personal development coach and speaker working for one of the world's most recognized personal motivators. He has spoken in front of over 3,000 groups and corporations. He was also profiled in People Magazine in 2006, as one of America's Most Eligible Bachelors.

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