The OLBC is led by Executive Director Christopher Scott who oversees the daily operations for the oldest legislative black caucus in the nation.
Christopher focuses on fundraising, messaging, while ensuring that the OLBC safe guards its mission and purpose in always protecting, improving, and empowering the African American community and all others who are disenfranchised in Ohio. Additionally, Christopher directs all Get Out to Vote efforts as well as campaign/political strategy and operations for the OLBC.
A native of Detroit, Michigan, Christopher, most recently served as the Minority Engagement & Special Projects Manager for the Ohio Democratic Party. Additionally, Scott has worked on races for mayor and governor, and was a field organizer in southwest Ohio for President Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign.
Christopher received his Bachelor of Arts from Bowling Green State University and his Master of Arts from American University in Washington D.C.
“I am humbled and grateful for the opportunity to serve as the executive director of this esteemed organization. I look forward to working with President Howse and the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus to continue the legacy set forth by the organization’s founders, while also creating more opportunities for active political engagement in the African-American community.”