Scott Greenberg is currently President and CEO of ComForcare Senior Services, a private duty home health care agency serving all of Palm Beach and Martin Counties. He is quite active in local healthcare activities as a result of his business and is so very involved in industry related issues on a daily basis. Scott currently serves as Vice President of the Palm Beach Chapter of the Florida State Guardianship Association and is a member of that organization’s statewide Board of Directors. He serves on Alzheimer’s Community Care’s special goodwill task force, is on the legislative committee for the Partnership For Aging, The Board Of Directors of The Center For Family Services and is active in the Parkinson’s Education Network. He hosts a weekly radio program on Seaview Radio entitled “OMG I’m getting older and so is my mom”. Prior to purchasing controlling interest in Palm Beach ComForcare, Scott was President of Curran and Connors, the nation’s largest designer of corporate annual reports. He grew C&C from a small, one studio design firm into 16 offices and 4 design studios across the United States. During his tenure, the firm was twice named one of Long Island’s 25 fastest growing companies by KPMG and Small Business of the Year by the Hauppauge Industrial Association. Scott was also nominated as a finalist in Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year program and was one of only 6 businessmen in the NY Metropolitan area selected to judge Arthur Andersen’s Best Practices Competition for 3 consecutive years. He has been a regular speaker at various seminars including the National Investor Relations Institute, NASDAQ’S Executive Seminars and AMEX IR Alliance along with recent presentations at The Alzheimer’s Community Care Annual Conference and The FSGA. Scott resides in Boca Raton with his wife, Irene, of 41 years.