Scott Marlow
Deputy Administrator for Farm Programs in the Farm Service Agency
Estimated Net Worth
  • estimated net worth
    $888 K - $2.3 M
Salary
  • salary
    Unknown

Financial Disclosure Details - OGE Form 278e (02/16/2022)

Positions Held Outside United States Government

#
Organization
City
Position
To
1
Chapel Hill, NC, North Carolina
Chief Executive Officer
1/2022
2
Pittsboro, North Carolina
Senior Policy Specialist
3/2020
3
Veteran's Farm of North Carolina
Sanford, North Carolina
Member of Board of Directors
1/2022
4
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Consultant
1/2022
5
East Troy, Wisconsin
Consultant
1/2022
6
Walthill, Nebraska
Consultant
9/2021
7
Dallas, Texas
Consultant
7/2021
8
Singing for Change
Columbia, South Carolina
Consultant
12/2021
9
Durham, North Carolina
Consultant
9/2021
10
Hudson, New York
Consultant
12/2021

Employment Assets & Income and Retirement Accounts

#
Description
Value
Income Type
Income Amount
1
Farm Aid (Farm Aid is a nonprofit organization that keeps family farmers on the land.)
Consulting Fees
$75,215
2
Michael Fields Agricultural Institute (MFAI is a nonprofit that builds equitable and healthy food systems.)
Consulting Fees
$9,412
3
Center for Rural Affairs (Nonprofit organization establishing strong and just rural communities.)
Consulting Fees
$19,999
4
Grow North Texas (Nonprofit rebuilding the North Texas local Food System)
Consulting Fees
$3,000
5
Singing for Change (Philanthropy that provided support for GWG Conservation Trust)
Consulting Fees
$20,000
6
Environmental Defense Fund (Nonprofit environmental organization addressing climate change)
Consulting Fees
$16,000
7
National Young Farmers Coalition (Nonprofit that resources a new generation of working farmers)
Consulting Fees
$8,640
8
MDC (Nonprofit organization building opportunity in rural areas.)
Consulting Fees
$750
9
The Rural Advancement Foundation International - USA (Nonprofit building equitable and sustainable agriculture)
Consulting Fees
$17,467
10
Carolina Farm Stewardship Association (Nonprofit for local food in the Carolinas)
Consulting Fees
$600

Employment Agreements and Arrangements

#
Employer Or Party
City
Status And Terms
Date
1
RAFI
Pittsboro, North Carolina
Employer no longer contributing
/

Sources of Compensation Exceeding $5,000 in a Year

#
Source
City
Duties
1
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Consulting on farmer financial crisis cases, analysis of federal credit policy, development of credit policy initiatives
2
East Troy, Wisconsin
Research and analysis on the non-farm benefits of soil-quality practices, and cover crop incentive programs
3
Walthill, Nebraska
Facilitation of a scoping process on federal credit policy.
4
Singing for Change
Columbia, South Carolina
Consulting on organizational development for the GWG Conservatory, Lt in St. Thomas, JA.
5
Durham, North Carolina
Consulting on climate impacts of the structure of crop insurance and the relationship to credit access.
6
Hudson, New York
Participation in the NE Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network project, identifying and writing materials on farm stress.
7
Pittsboro, North Carolina
Partisipation in the leadership of the USDA SARE grant on culturally- appropriate materials and outreach on farm stress in Black and Native farm communities.

Spouse's Employment Assets & Income and Retirement Accounts

#
Description
Value
Type
Amount
1
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill (State University)
salary
2
National Endowment for the Humanities (National Endowment for the Humanities)
consulting fees
3
UNC System Retirement
$250,001 - $500,000
3.1
Vanguard 2035
$15,001 - $50,000
3.2
Fidelity Contrafund Class K Shares (FCNKX)
$50,001 - $100,000
3.3
TRP QM US SMCP GR1
$15,001 - $50,000
3.4
AF Europac Grth R4
$15,001 - $50,000
3.5
Fidelity Balanced Fund Class K Shares (FBAKX)
$100,001 - $250,000
3.6
Metwest Total Return Bond P
$15,001 - $50,000
4
UNC Supplemental 401k
$50,001 - $100,000

Other Assets and Income

#
Description
Value
Type
Amount
1
Investment Property, Chapel Hill, NC
$100,001 - $250,000
Rent or Royalties
$15,001 - $50,000
2
PPT IRA
$15,001 - $50,000
Dividends
None (or less than $201)
2.1
AB Sustainable Global Thematic Fund
$1,001 - $15,000
2.2
Fidelity Select Telecommunications Portfolio
$1,001 - $15,000
2.3
Invesco Discovery Mid Cap Growth Fund
$1,001 - $15,000
3
PPT IRA 2 - SEP
$15,001 - $50,000
3.1
AB Sustainable Global Thematic Fund
$15,001 - $50,000
3.2
US Global investors Funds - Emerging Europe Fund
$1,001 - $15,000

Transactions

#
Description
Type
Date
Amount
Nothing reported in this section

Liabilities

#
Creditor
Amount
Incurred
Term
1
NC State Employees Credit Union
$250,001 - $500,000
2009
30-year
2
NC State Employees Credit Union
$100,001 - $250,000
2003
30 year
3
Discover Financial Services
$15,001 - $50,000
2019
Revolving

Gifts and Travel Reimbursements

#
Source Name
City
Description
Value
Nothing reported in this section

Endnotes

Section
#
Description
1
6
Work was on behalf of the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition. Center for Rural Affairs is the fiscal sponsor of NSAC.
1
8
Funded work was on behalf of the GWG Conservation Trust, in St. Thomas, Jamaica, to provide consulting on organizational development.

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