Scott Adams, General Counsel, Secretary and Vice President Law and Human Resources, Prysmian Cables and Systems USA, LLC
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General Counsel, Secretary and Vi...

Local Address: Lexington, South Carolina, United States
Prysmian Cables and Systems USA, LLC

Employment History

  • Associate General Counsel and Director of Risk Management and Litigation
    Insignia Financial Group/Insignia ESG, Inc.
  • Insurance and Litigation Counsel
    Dow Corning Corporation
  • Attorney
    Katten Muchin Zavis & Dombroff

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • President
    Risk and Insurance Management Society-Upstate
  • Chair Elect and Board Member
    Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce


  • BA , Public Administration
    University of Central Florida
  • Juris Doctor , Law
    Brooklyn Law School


  • Admitted
    South Carolina Bar
  • Admitted
    State Bar of Maryland
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Web References
CCCF | Scott R. Adams, 30 Jan 2014 [cached]
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Scott R. Adams
Scott Adams is Executive Managing Director for Adams Gyemant & Griffin. In this role, he works across industries and functional areas, partnering with organizations in developing the strategies and processes that accelerate targeted growth. Prior to this role, Scott served as Vice President and General Counsel for Prysmian Cables & Systems.
Active in the community, Scott serves on Lexington County School District 1 Schools of the Future Task Force and Pleasant Hill Middle School School Improvement Council. He is also Vice President of the Lake Murray Lion's Club, a member of the West Metro Rotary Club and an Elder at Lexington Presbyterian Church. Previously he has served as Chair of Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center and President of the Western Carolina Chapter of Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc.
Scott received Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Public Administration and Allied Legal Services from the University of Central Florida and his Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School. He has received both the H. Odelle Harman REACH Award and the Chairman's Award from the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce.
Scott is a staunch conservative ..., 19 Sept 2012 [cached]
Scott is a staunch conservative whose political philosophy is rooted in a lifetime of supporting Republican candidates and conservative causes. At an early age, Scott was active in the Teenage Republicans, where he worked tirelessly as a volunteer on the campaigns of local Republican candidates, and later was actively involved with several college Republican groups. He also served as an intern in the Washington, D.C. office of a Republican U.S. Congressman, and has assisted in many campaigns for the election of conservative Republican candidates at all levels. Most recently, Scott helped arrange appearance opportunities for Congressman Joe Wilson to promote his "Joe Means Jobs" campaign, and assisted with the campaigns of local Republican candidates.
Scott is an ardent believer in the Rotary motto, "Service Above Self" when it comes to community involvement. Scott is active in many Lexington County organizations that are committed to community service in our area, including the Rotary Club, the Lion's Club, and the Central Carolina Community Foundation. Scott has helped many area organizations and our schools raise funds to assist in our community, including fundraising for eyeglasses and hearing aids, recognition lunches for our local public school teachers, support for Lexington One student activities, Lexington community radio, Chris Myers Home, LICS, and Midlands-area literacy programs.
Scott is the recipient of the Lexington Chamber's Chairman's Award for his service and support to the Lexington community; the H. Odelle Harman REACH Award for educational and community humanitarianism; and was awarded the Lake Murray Lions Club's Lion of the Year for Community Service.
Scott believes that our local Lexington economy thrives when our businesses and citizens shop locally and do business with each other. As a past Chairman of the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce, Scott is a passionate advocate for small businesses and small business owners who employ our citizens, provide career opportunities for our students, and stimulate our local economy. Scott helped establish "Lexington First" purchasing policies with local businesses and continues to be a strong advocate for keeping Lexington tax dollars and disposable income dollars in Lexington. When Scott became aware that a Lexington County company was purchasing key materials from a North Carolina supplier, but could purchase the same quality items from a Lexington County supplier at a competitive price and without the markup for delivery, he quickly arranged for representatives of the two companies to meet and the resulting business partnership, which provided new jobs for the Lexington supplier, continues to this day. Recently, when a Lexington small business owner was struggling and had to decide whether to have her home foreclosed or keep the business open and pay employees at Christmas, the Chamber of Commerce called on Scott for help. Scott helped organize a campaign called "Businesses Helping Business" that raised the money to make the delinquent mortgage payments and help the small business meet its payroll.
As a parent and businessman, Scott understands the need for quality schools and career education. He is a longtime passionate supporter of our local public schools, workforce training and development programs, and has worked diligently to create career opportunities for our students and young professionals. Scott was instrumental in establishing scholarships for Lexington County engineering students at the University of South Carolina, and works daily to find ways for our local students to obtain internship and scholarship opportunities. In recognition of his passion for creating internship opportunities for high school students with local businesses Scott was named the 2010 Friend of Career and Technology Education by the South Carolina Association of School Administrators.
Recently, when the Glenforest School was seeking to raise funds to purchase Kindles to assist special needs students with improving reading and comprehension skills, they called Scott for assistance. Not content to just raise money to purchase a few Kindle devices, Scott undertook a successful initiative to convince, the developer of the Kindle, to donate many Kindle devices to the school. The resulting partnership between and Glenforest was mutually beneficial with increased educational opportunities for the Glenforest students and a visible and successful marketing opportunity for Amazon.
As a past president of a District 3 homeowners' association, Scott recognizes the desire of our citizens to live in safe neighborhoods. Scott supports trained, adequately equipped and responsive law enforcement and fire protection personnel and will always be an advocate for safe and secure neighborhoods on County Council.
Scott believes that public service is a public trust, and will work for you! Scott supports televising Council meetings, holding Council meetings in locations around Lexington County, and instituting a "Council to the Curb" program where he will regularly attend local homeowners, neighborhood and civic association meetings to report on Council activities. Scott will report to you through all social media, including a dedicated Facebook page and website with Council news and issues where citizens can voice their opinions and positions on important issues.
Scott Adams, Senior ..., 3 July 2013 [cached]
Scott Adams, Senior Principal at AG&G who holds various leadership roles for Fortune 1000 businesses and serves as the Chair of the Greater Lexington SC Chamber of Commerce
Scott is the Vice President ..., 6 Mar 2012 [cached]
Scott is the Vice President and General Counsel for the North American operations of the Prysmian Group, the world's largest energy and telecommunications cable manufacturer. The Prysmian Group is a global company with subsidiaries in 50 countries and more than 22,000 employees and its North American headquarters located in Lexington. Scott is also responsible for external relations and government affairs.
Active in community economic development, regional workforce development and educational initiatives, Scott serves on the boards of the Central SC Alliance, the Central Carolina Community Foundation, West Metro Rotary Club, Midlands Regional Education Center, and the Lexington Technology Center Advanced STEM Center Advisory Board. He is a past Chairman of the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce.
Scott was one of the principal leaders of the fight to bring Amazon to South Carolina, bringing over 2,000 jobs to Lexington County. Scott worked tirelessly to educate members of the South Carolina General Assembly about the need for Amazon and why it is a good deal for Lexington County and the State. With an unemployment rate of over 8%, Scott understands that creating jobs with medical benefits for Lexington County citizens helps families, stabilizes our tax base, and generates disposable income to stimulate our local economy.
Scott will bring a strong business focus to the County Council and its deliberations. He knows what it takes to run a successful business and has proven that he can get the job done.
Chairman's Award for Service to the Lexington Community
Scott Adams © 2012
Scott Adams is actively engaged ..., 6 Mar 2012 [cached]
Scott Adams is actively engaged in economic development and job creation in Lexington. Adams has been involved with the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce since 2005, serving as its Chairman from 2009-2010. He was previously Vice Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer of the Chamber. Scott works diligently to create careers for our young people, and while Chairman of the Lexington Chamber he advocated and encouraged the founding of the Lexington Young Professionals Group with Lee Pitcovich. Keeping our young people in Lexington is a priority for Scott. He instituted an internship program between Prysmian and Lexington High School to encourage young people to pursue science, technology, education and mathematics careers and has encouraged other Lexington businesses to establish internship partnerships with Lexington District One schools. Scott was instrumental in establishing a scholarship program at the University of South Carolina College of Engineering specifically for Lexington County high school students interested in electrical and mechanical engineering. Scott has been recognized for his work in the Lexington community with the following awards:
Scott Adams © 2012
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