Scott Heflin is the Managing Chair of Strengthening Leaders new Peer Advisory Group in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX for Executive Pastors and Church Administrators.
Scott has served in non-profit and ministry leadership for three decades. With 20 years’ experience in executive leadership he has helped numerous ministries maximize impact across the enterprise through services like: organizational assessments, strategic alignment, fractional C-Suite services, and change management.
Scott’s career includes custom programming services for several small entrepreneurial style technology companies, United Way of Los Angeles where he provided key leadership in their MIS department throughout their seven regional offices, and Insight for Living serving as the MIS Director. Scott then joined KMA interactive, a subsidiary of the KMA Companies, as VP of Strategic Services and was named Chief Operating Officer soon thereafter.
In 2004, Scott joined Hope for the Heart (HFTH) and led many successful change initiatives over the next 11 years, including new system deployments, increased effectiveness of ministry initiatives, lowered operational costs, and expanded ministry impact. Scott also lead the ministry for more than two years as its Interim President.
During his tenure with HFTH, Scott also served as part of the executive team that planned and built the Hope Center. Once launched in 2009, Scott served as its Chief Operating Officer until 2013 – including service as Interim President for a little over a year.
Through it all, Scott’s leadership was characterized as a servant leader who cared deeply for all staff members, helping support, grow and empower them towards greater impact using their God-given talents.
Scott and his wife Kim have been married for 36 years, have three grown children, 2 grandchildren, and are active members of Woodcreek Church in Richardson, TX.
Scott leads a group in:
Dallas/Forth Worth (Starting July/August 2021)
- 1 Executive Pastor Peer Advisory Group