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Scott Frederick has been selected to fill the county’s new economic vitality administrator position. Frederick has more than 20 years experience in the field with both rural and metropolitan markets. He began his new job April 19.
Frederick moved to Los Alamos from Midlothian, Va., where he served as director of economic development for Economic Development Trade Strategies, in McLean, Va.
Prior to this, he worked for the Greater Houston Partnership, in Houston, Texas, the Fuquay-Varina Economic Development Commission in Wake County, N.C. and other similar agencies.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for me to represent a globally recognized scientific community,” Frederick said. “My experience and my professional strengths are dedicated to developing the vitalities of a community’s economy and my goal is to do that for Los Alamos County.”
Tony Mortillaro created Frederick’s position after the Los Alamos County Council appointed him county administrator following Max Baker’s retirement Oct. 21. In November, following his month-long review of county departments and their relationship to his office, Mortillaro announced organizational changes to several management positions, including the new economic vitality administrator post.
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