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Mr. Center is the President of National Office Systems, an interior design/contract furnishings firm. He is a graduate of Leadership Savannah (Past President) and Leadership Georgia.   He is a Director of the World Trade Centers Association Global Board (Investment Committee Chair, Executive Committee, and Nomination and Compensation Committee), World Trade Center Savannah (Board President), Savannah Technical College Foundation (Past Chair), Step Up Savannah (Past Treasurer), Catalyst Development Corporation, and the Rotary Club of Savannah.  Mr. Center also was formerly president of the local chapter of AIPAC.  He was a Director of the Savannah Economic Development Authority, the Mickve Israel Synagogue (Past President of the Brotherhood), The Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation, the Executive Association of Savannah, the Frank Callen, Jr. Boys and Girls Club, Vision 20/20 (Past President), the Chatham County Democratic Party, the American Cancer Society, The Nature Conservancy’s Corporate Council, CASA, United Way of the Coastal Empire, Ameribank, BB&T Bank, Parent and Child Development Agency, the Greenbriar Children’s Center, Savannah Jewish Federation, Cities in Schools, and the Savannah Music Festival. As president of Vision 20/20, Mr. Center was involved with the conception, planning, and passage of the first local option sales tax for community improvement projects, the successful solicitation of a low fare airline for Savannah, a lobbying effort to create state incentives for businesses expanding and relocating in Georgia, the nomination of Savannah as an All-American City, and the Yamacraw Art Project. Scott attended George Washington University, the University of Southern California, and graduated from the University of Georgia. Scott has also received accreditation from the United States Green Building Council as a LEED Professional.  The Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce named Mr. Center Small Business Person of the Year in 1995.