Director, Gifts-in-Kind/Humanitarian Assistance/Logistics
Scott Crawford is Project HOPE’s Director, Gifts-in-Kind/Humanitarian Assistance/Logistics, with responsibility for ensuring the safe keeping, inventory control and logistic integrity for all pharmaceutical and medical supplies donated to Project HOPE, shipping more than $200 million in medical materials every year. He has 27 years of experience in international logistics and the effective control and distribution of medical supplies, equipment, and pharmaceuticals.In the early 1990’s, he was responsible for coordinating and distributing urgently-needed medicines and medical supplies to hundreds of hospitals in all 15 former Soviet republics following the collapse of the Soviet Union.More recently, Scott initiated strategic medical re-supply programs in Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania and Bosnia that today enable medical facilities in those countries to receive donated medicines and equipment from Project HOPE so that they can reallocate funds to help strengthen their fragile health systems.He has received awards and commendations from the United States Department of State for his work in the former Soviet Union, and from other partnering organizations for his work in Indonesia (post-tsunami) and disaster sites around the world. Scott has a Master of Science degree in Strategic Leadership from Mountain State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Syracuse University.
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