From Harford County government:
Scott T. Gibson, Director of Human Resources for Harford County Government is a recipient of The Daily Record’s 2011 “20 in Their Twenties” award.
New this year, The Daily Record created 20 in Their Twenties to recognize young professionals in their 20s whose creativity and entrepreneurial spirit already are contributing to a new energy in Maryland. Winners were selected on the basis of their professional accomplishments, community involvement and the impact of their achievements.
“Scott Gibson is an amazing individual who stands out as a leader now and is well on his way to one lead Maryland companies and organizations to new heights. Scott’s commitment to making a difference and leaving his mark not just professionally but socially is very impressive. We celebrate Scott’s accomplishments and hope that by telling his story, other young professionals will be inspired, said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record.
“We are extremely proud of Scott’s accomplishment in being recognized as one of the outstanding young men and women in our state,” remarked County Executive David R. Craig. “Scott is a multi-talented individual who has served Harford County well as director of Human Resources. We congratulate Scott and wish him nothing but the best in all his future endeavors, both in government service and his civic pursuits,” stated County Executive Craig.
The list of individuals named to the 2011 20 in Their Twenties, was selected by internal judges – – which included Publisher Suzanne Fischer-Huettner and Executive Editor/Vice President Tom Linthicum.
The winners were honored on Wednesday, June 29 during a cocktail reception held at Gertrude’s at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Winners were profiled in a special supplement included with the June 24 edition of The Daily Record.
Sponsors of The Daily Record’s 20 in Their Twenties include the Maryland Lottery; PNC Bank; Epsilon Registration; VPC, Inc.; Alexander & Cleaver PA; Harford County, Maryland; Saul Ewing LLP; SunTrust Bank; Under Armour and Venable LLP.
For more information about The Daily Record’s 20 in Their Twenties awards, please visit www.TheDailyRecord.com.
Harford County, Maryland is part of the Greater Baltimore Region, and is strategically located along I-95. The county is home to one of America’s premier military establishments the Aberdeen Proving Ground. Harford County’s location, highly skilled workforce, and progressive business-friendly environment, offers the ultimate setting to a vast array of companies and industry sectors. Harford County Government currently employs a workforce of nearly 1,200 dedicated personnel.
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Your Kidding me. says
Who did he pay to get that award you are kidding right.
Your kidding me says
He can’t even get along with county empolyees everyone multitasks these days he thinks he is to good to talk to blue collar workers “county workers” just takes stuff away.
@Your Kidding Me – it’s you’re kidding me.
Coucilman Guthrie requested that Mr. Gibson appear before council to explain how health insurance premiums could increase for some county employees but not others. Mr. Gibson declined the request. This is one example how Mr. Gibson operates.
All I can say is WTF?
how can a government agent be entrepreneurial? entrepreneur = one who takes risk in private enterprise
your kidding me says
If people only knew what this guy has done he would of not got this but that is county politics for you.