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Scofield joins BCA as Executive Vice President

The Business Council of Alabama (BCA) announced Clay Scofield as its new Executive Vice President.

Scofield will play a critical role in shaping the organization’s agenda, providing strategic leadership, and driving BCA’s mission to foster economic growth and protect job creation in the state of Alabama, the group says.

Central to this mission, he will work with ProgressPAC, BCA’s political affiliate, to help elect pro-business candidates with pro-job agendas.

“Clay Scofield holds experience and expertise that is unparalleled in the state of Alabama. He has a talent for strategic thinking and a proven track record of developing innovative solutions to confront complex challenges facing Alabama’s business community,” said BCA President and CEO Helena Duncan.

“Clay’s contributions to the state of Alabama and unwavering commitment to the community make him an invaluable asset to BCA. We are confident that Clay will continue to make lasting impacts across the state and are proud to welcome him to our team.”

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Scofield has 13 years of experience in Alabama government, having served in the State Legislature since 2010 and most recently as Majority Leader in the Alabama Senate. Before his legislative career, he was actively engaged in Republican Party politics and was involved in various political campaigns.

Throughout his time in the Alabama Legislature, Scofield has played a pivotal role in advocating for economic growth in Alabama. As a party leader, he has consistently worked toward job creation, government efficiency, and the protection of individual liberties.

Aside from legislative expertise, Scofield brings with him a wealth of business experience as a third-generation poultry farmer, the former owner of Clay Scofield Farms, and a background in construction and development.

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“It has been the honor of a lifetime to serve with President Pro Tem Greg Reed and my colleagues in the State Senate, and most importantly, to represent the people of Senate District 9,” Scofield said.

“I am grateful for the opportunity to have been a voice for my community in Montgomery and eager to contribute my experience and expertise toward advancing BCA’s mission.”

Grayson Everett is the state and political editor for Yellowhammer News. You can follow him on Twitter @Grayson270

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