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Scott Sax (Loyola University Maryland)

Scott Sax
Associate Director, PMO

Baltimore, Maryland

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Scott Sax is the Associate Director of the Project Management Office in Technology Services at Loyola University Maryland. Scott has been part of Loyola since 2004, first as a contractor and then a full time employee. He is a certified Project Manager Professional (PMP) and a certified Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) through the Project Management Institute. Scott has experience in all five of the project management process groups, with specialization in Risk Management, Communications Management, and Team Motivation. In addition to project management, Scott is a very talented and creative Web designer, developer, and graphic artist. Being a good mix of left brain and right brain, Scott has a unique ability to think outside the box and come up with creative, non-traditional solutions to the many problems we face in technology. Scott holds an Executive MBA from Loyola University Maryland, a Bachelor's Degree in English Writing and History from the University of Pittsburgh, and an Associate's Degree in Specialized Technology in Computer Animation from the Art Institute in Philadelphia. For more information about Scott, please check out his linked in profile at To learn more about Technology Services at Loyola University Maryland, go to



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