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Horse Sense In The Global Neighborhood | Maryscott "Scotty" Greenwood

Maryscott (Scotty) Greenwood is a corporate director and an American specialist in Canada/U.S. relations. She is a former political appointee in the Clinton Administration who currently holds the position of Partner in Crestview Strategy US LLC and the Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian-American Business Council.

Greenwood was previously a Principal at Dentons and recognized by the Hill Times as one of the Top 100 People Influencing Canadian Foreign Policy in 2014 and the Top 50 influencing Canada’s foreign policy in 2021. On May 26, 2015, Greenwood appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development as part of its study of the 2015 North American Leaders Summit. On March 16, 2021, Greenwood appeared before the House of Commons Special Committee on the Economic Relationship between Canada and the United States. She is also the co-host of the Canusa Street podcast, produced by the Wilson Center and available on Spotify.

On this episode,  we talk about Maryscott’s life and how her family nicknamed her “Scotty.” She shares advice on life including the importance of connection and how small the world truly is. Her global impact on the world is expressed through her powerful 6-word story “Horse Sense In A Global Neighborhood.”

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Gordon J Bernhardt

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President and founder of Bernhardt Wealth Management and author of Profiles in Success: Inspiration from Executive Leaders in the Washington D.C. Area. Gordon provides financial planning and wealth management services to affluent individuals, families and business owners throughout the Washington, DC area. Since establishing his firm in 1994, he and his team have been focused on providing high quality service and independent financial advice to help clients make informed decisions about their money.