Khary Scott is currently Vice President of Business Development for Capital One’s Corporate Development Team.� In this role, he is responsible for developing co-branded partnerships with selected merchants in the Travel, Entertainment and Digital markets.� He led the Orbitz engagement that launched Capital One back into the co-brand business.� In addition, Khary directed the Sony Card engagement team that converted Capital One’s first co-brand portfolio. � Khary brokered the Mobile Payments partnership between Capital One and Softcard. �He led the engagement teams for GM & UP as part of Capital One’s HSBC Acquisition. �Khary is also the Accountable Executive for the African-American Network closely linked to Capital One's goals of recruiting, retaining, and developing diverse talent leveraging their differences to contribute to the success of the organization.� As part of his role as accountable executive, Khary sits on the Diversity & Inclusion Council for Capital One.Prior to joining Capital One, Khary was the Director of Marketing for Invensys Controls.� At Invensys, he led marketing for their wholesale distribution, global product development and original equipment manufacturing teams.� Khary specializes in business development, product management, and sales promotion in Europe, Asia, and North America.Khary has also served as a consultant for Robbins-Gioia in Washington, DC where he worked as an advisor to the Department of Defense before leaving to get his MBA.Mr. Scott graduated from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia in May 2001.� Prior to Darden, he graduated from the University of Texas – Austin in 1995 with a BBA in Finance.Khary currently lives in Midlothian, VA with his wife, Danielle D. Scott, Ph.D., Partner at Nelson Scott Evaluation Center, and 8 year-old twins, Elle and Jackson who are 3rd graders at the Collegiate School.�
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