Scott Bundgaard
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Scott Bundgaard

Republican

American politician who served in the Arizona legislature

Phoenix, Arizona
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Scott Bundgaard

American politician who served in the Arizona legislature
Summary
Experience
53
Years of Age
4
Years of Experience
AZResidence (state)

Scott Bundgaard (born January 11, 1968) is a Republican politician who served in the Arizona House of Representatives and in the Arizona State Senate. Bundgaard served as Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and was later elected as Majority Leader of the Arizona State Senate.During an Ethics Investigation for "improper conduct" stemming from a public incident of domestic violence, Budgaard abruptly resigned.

Experience

Education

  (1 - 2 of 2)  
Grand Canyon University
BS
Thunderbird School of Global Management
MBA

Past Positions

  (1 - 2 of 14)  
Senator
Arizona State Senate
2010 - 2012
Majority Leader
Arizona State Senate
2010
Representative
Arizona State House of Representatives
1994 - 1996
Founding Chair
Northwest Valley Young Grand Old Party
Member
District 19 Committee
Member
Young Grand Old Party National Committee
Member
Maricopa County Grand Old Party
Founder
ProcureNetworks, Incorporated
Current
Campaign Worker
McCain Campaign
Campaign Worker
Bush/Quayle Campaign
Former Director of Training Services
Manpower Temp Services
Former Manager
The Gap
Former Stock Broker
Dean Witter Reynolds, Incorporated
Former Vice President
JPMorgan Chase

Other Experience

  (1 - 2 of 14)  
Board Member
Arizona Pioneer Living History Museu
Board Member
StreetLight Phoenix
Chief Operating Officer
The Joe Foss Institute
Coach
City of Glendale Recreation
Coach
Boys and Girls Club
Coach
Arizona Youth Sports
Finance Chair
Arizona Opera Ball
Member
Presidential Scholars Foundation Board
Member
Maricopa County Sheriff's Posse
Mentor
Arizona Project Challenge
Mentor
MatchPoin
Neighborhood Leader
Christ's Church of the Valley
Rotoract
Collegiate Level Rotary Club
Commissioner
White House Commission for Presidential Scholars
2002 - Current