ChangeMaker Finalist: Charley Scarborough
The Austin Young Chamber would like to recognize and pay tribute to this year’s ChangeMaker finalists. The ChangeMaker Awards, presented by UFCU, are part of the 5th Annual ChangeMaker Luncheon on February 16, 2018. This year’s nine finalists are inspiring leaders who have a passion for dedicating time and talent to successfully make a difference in our community. Throughout the weeks to come, we will honor these individuals one at a time.
Chief Philanthropy and Engagement Officer| Mission Capital
Prior to Mission Capital, Scarborough served as executive director for The Seton Fund of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, the nonprofit foundation that raises funds for the Seton Healthcare Family. His role most recently included leading a development team in cultivating philanthropic support for the $50M, Future of Care campaign, funding Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas. His Seton experience included providing executive leadership for six different community fundraising groups, engaging hundreds of volunteer leaders. Scarborough was with Seton for almost 15 years, during which time he also served as founding executive director of the Seton Williamson Foundation and director of planned giving for The Seton Fund and the Children’s Medical Center Foundation.
Before joining Seton, Charley served as a planned giving director with Catholic Healthcare West and enjoyed a long private banking and trust services career in Arizona and Austin. In his free time, you can find Charley creating found object sculpture (assemblage), tuning up his hot rod 1953 GMC pickup, spending time with friends or reading poetry.