Scott H. Cytron, ABC, is president of Cytron and Company, known for helping companies and organizations improve their bottom line through strategic public relations, communications, marketing programs and top-notch client service. An accredited consultant, Scott works with companies, organizations and individuals in professional services (medical, legal, accounting, engineering), high-tech and B2B/B2C product/service sales.
Scott is a Dallas native who has worked more than 28 years in the communications profession in internal and external roles. After graduating from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism, Scott worked for several nonprofit organizations, a public relations agency and an association, where he directed internal communications, affinity/vendor efforts, legislative activities, membership programs, continuing education promotions and Internet communications.
Seeing a niche to fill by delivering communications and public relations to professional services organizations, Scott formed Cytron and Company in 1996. In advising professionals across the country to market their businesses to achieve the correct message and the greatest impact, he delivers a number of communications-based services. He is author of several books published by the American Institute of CPAs, and regularly writes for many accounting and professional service publications, Web sites and blogs.
Current volunteer activities include serving as a board member for Bryan’s House, delivering Meals on Wheels, serving meals at Dallas’ The Bridge and various other service projects. Scott has served the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) in a number of leadership positions at the local, district and international levels. He was a member of the International Executive Board from 2004-2008, and served as secretary/treasurer in 2006 and 2007. He was president of the 330-member Dallas Chapter in 2000, chair of District 5 (now the Southern Region) in 2001 and former director of Portfolios for the International Accreditation Board. He currently serves as a mentor in IABC’s Accreditation Program.
Scott can be reached 972.743.4671 or at email@example.com.