Scott is active in the Sacramento community both professionally and philanthropically.  Professionally, he is on the Board of Directors of the Sacramento Chapter of the Western Pension of Benefits Council and the Sacramento Chapter of National Institute of Pension Administrators and regularly speaks about new developments for both groups at meetings and conferences.  He is also active in the Sacramento County Bar Associations Tax Section regularly speaking at meetings and conferences.  He served on the Board of the section from 2009 to 2011 and served as Chair during 2010-2011.

Scott is also a member of the Impact Foundry, an organization that assists nonprofit organizations and has taught workshops and spoke at its annual What If conference on employee benefits and tax law for tax exempt organizations for that organization.

Philanthropically, Scott is very involved with nonprofit organizations and participates in many walk/runs for good causes including: the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk, the Walk for Literacy, the Run to Feed the Hungry, and the Valentine Run, Race for Justice.  He also sponsors a team for the Folsom Break Free Run held by 3Strands Global Foundation, an organization whose mission is to combat human trafficking worldwide.  He and his wife also volunteer time to serve food to the homeless at Thanksgiving and throughout the year.

In the past, Scott volunteered as a youth baseball, basketball and flag football coach and was the manager of his church’s men’s softball team.

Scott addresses attendees at the Impact Foundry Executive Director Networking Event sponsored by Murphy Austin.
Scott Galbreath with Survivor-Founder Route91Strong, Lisa Fine, LoriDawn Messuri, and Dave Freudenberger.
Scott with team Murphy Austin at the Valentine Run, Race for Justice.

 

Scott’s team for the BreakFree Run in Folsom.
Scott with Murphy Austin teammates at Walk4Literacy.
Scott with Murphy Austin teammates at Heart Walk .