Scott Brown is Chief, Marine Risk Engineering at National Cargo Bureau, Inc; a not-for-profit marine surveying company whose mission is “Safety of Life and Cargo at Sea”. Scott’s role includes furthering the mission of the Bureau to better serve the marine insurance industry through the development and extension of marine survey and inspection services covering the supply chain “warehouse to warehouse”.
Prior to rejoining NCB in 2018, Scott worked at AIG for 11 years in a variety of roles including Transportation Lead for the Client Risk Solutions Industry Services Group and Senior Vice President / Global Manager for the Marine Loss Prevention Team. His maritime career spans over 30 years and includes a prior stint with NCB in various surveying and management roles culminating in responsibility for the Bureau’s surveying activity nationwide; time at sea serving as a merchant deck officer on a variety of general cargo, container, LASH and tanker vessels; as well as service in the US Navy as a Naval Flight Officer aboard P3C-Orion anti-submarine warfare aircraft.
Scott possesses a B.S. degree in Marine Transportation from the US Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY, and a Post Graduate degree in Marine Insurance from the World Maritime University in Malmo, Sweden. He is currently an affiliate instructor for the Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) as well as an OSHA authorized Maritime Safety Outreach trainer through the Volunteer State Community College OTIEC.
Scott has played an active role with various industry groups over his career including Transported Assets Protection Association (TAPA) Americas, where he served as a board member for several years; and the American Institute of Marine Underwriters where he currently serves on the Cargo Loss Prevention Committee. He has also served on various US Coast Guard Advisory Committees including the Area Maritime Security Committee for the Port of NY / NJ and the Chemical Transportation Advisory Committee during which time he chaired the solid bulk cargo subcommittee and the Marpol V working group.