Director, Nonprofit and Arts

Scott Greenberg


Scott leads the Nonprofit and Arts & Entertainment accounts of Sage Communications, and comes to Sage with deep experience supporting organizations like Smithsonian National Zoo, S&R Foundation and more. He has worked on award-winning and Emmy-nominated projects.

Prior to Sage, Scott led communications campaigns and initiatives at The Nature Conservancy relating to green infrastructure, water quality, habitat restoration, and land protection. Scott was also head of public relations at The Washington Ballet, where his work secured three magazine covers and national press attention from the Associated Press, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and more.

Before his DC work, Scott worked as an editor and associate at a hospitality and fashion public relations firm, where he managed events in Miami during Mercedes Benz Swim Week and managed independent gallery and fashion shows throughout Miami Beach and the design district. In Pensacola, Scott was the public relations specialist for major music festival DeLuna Fest, working with artists such as triple platinum group AWOLNATION, Grammy nominated group Manchester Orchestra, and more. He was also the social media specialist for National Top 100 Nightclub and Bar Seville Quarter. He has written fashion, arts and music editorials for major national arts and entertainment publications.

Scott studied Entertainment Law at Florida International University College of Law. He is the guitarist in We Were Pirates, a modern indie rock band that recently created the musical score for the Calvin and Hobbes documentary “Dear Mr. Watterson.” Scott is project management-certified.