|Wayne M. Brock|
New Bern, North Carolina
|Education||East Carolina University|
|Occupation||Chief Executive Officer|
|Employer||Boy Scouts of America|
|Title||Chief Scout Executive|
|Predecessor||Robert J. Mazzuca|
|Parents||Oscar & Vera Brock|
Wayne Brock is the Chief Scout Executive of the Boy Scouts of America, having assumed the BSA's highest professional position in September 2012. He had previously served as Deputy Chief Scout Executive since October 1, 2009.
Brock attended South Lenoir High School and graduated in 1966 and then received his Bachelor of Music Education degree from East Carolina University. He and his wife, Ernestine, have a grown son and one granddaughter.
Brock began his Scouting career in 1972 as a district executive in New Bern, North Carolina, then served on the staff in Knoxville, Tennessee. He also served as Scout executive in Athens, Georgia; Scout executive in Orlando, Florida; regional director of the Southern Region; and as assistant Chief Scout Executive. As Deputy Chief Scout Executive, Brock was the BSA's chief operating officer.
His appointment to succeed Robert J. Mazzuca as Chief Scout Executive, the equivalent of a chief executive officer, was announced May 21, 2012. He officially took office on September 1, 2012 and is the 12th person to hold the position of Chief Scout Executive since the BSA was founded in 1910.
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Robert J. Mazzuca
|Chief Scout Executive
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