Scott Chambers is announcing his bid for ICTC board.
Chambers is the vice president of Real Estate for Compass Realty & Construction Group. Compass is a registered nonprofit subsidiary of the Fort Smith Housing Authority specializing in affordable housing in the City of Fort Smith and Sebastian County.
Scott was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas on September 9, 1971. He graduated from Muldrow High School in May 1989. After graduating high school, Scott began working at Exide Technologies, a battery manufacturing company in Fort Smith. During his 16 years with Exide, Scott received multiple certifications including fork lift driving license, hazard material training, and industrial waste water treatment class III license.
In June 2006, Scott started working for The Fort Smith Housing Authority where he’s obtained a residential general contractors license as well as a real estate brokers license. During his tenure he’s been responsible for overseeing the development of three subdivisions of 172 affordable rental units utilizing government funding and Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. Scott manages the property management staff responsible for lease and maintenance of 482 rental units and capital improvements for other owned properties and construction of new housing for first time home buyers.
Scott and his wife, Tricia, a second-grade teacher at Liberty Public School have lived in Muldrow since 2000. They have four children: daughter Jordan and Brandon Self of Moore; son Kyle and Jada Coatney of Muldrow; son Logan and Whitley Coatney of Roland; and daughter Madison Chambers of Muldrow. They have three grandchildren, Carter, Ellis and Peri.
Scott is actively involved in the community by serving on boards and leading organizations. He currently serves on the Indian Capital Technology Center Board of Education. Prior to this, Scott served on the Muldrow Public School Board of Education for more than 10 years. He currently serves on the board of the Life Church where he and his family attend. Scott is a Rotarian and current president of the Southside Rotary Club of Fort Smith.
In his personal time, Scott enjoys traveling with Tricia, and watching their daughter Madison play basketball for Oklahoma Baptist University. If they’re not watching basketball, it’s spending time with his grandchildren and building/flipping homes.
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