Scott Munnoch brings to TSA unique experience at the highest levels of event management, media relations and public affairs.
After gaining valuable early experience in the public affairs sector, Scott embarked on a career which saw him work side-by-side with Canadian leaders, both provincially and federally in Ontario and Canada.
Starting as an event coordinator Scott served as Executive Assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tour Director for the Prime Minister of Canada and a Senior Advisor to the Premier of Ontario.
Experience has led Scott to maximize his capabilities as an expert in event management and domestic and international tours. He has played senior roles in the organization of international summits and tours, including the G-7 Summits, the Commonwealth Summits, Royal Tours and state visits to name a few. In 1997, Scott was named as a Member of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.) by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II for his work on the Royal Tours to Canada.
Scott is known for getting the job done under any circumstances. He has worked at home and around the world and understands and respects the important nuances of international protocol. He offers a detailed approach to logistical challenges and offers his expertise to see to the success of all projects. Above all, Scott is a team player with a proven track record.
Scott graduated from Queen's University in 1982 and the University of Windsor in 1984. In addition to his academic achievements, Scott excelled in many extra-curricular activities including being a member of the varsity football team at both schools.