About Scott Kalb

Candidate for Board of Estimate and Taxation (BET)

Scott Kalb brings a career’s worth of experience in finance to his BET candidacy. He served as the Deputy CEO of Korea’s $200 billion sovereign wealth fund, as a Managing Director at Citigroup, and also worked at Balyasny Asset Management and Black Arrow Capital Management. He is a consultant to the World Bank on developing capital markets in Rwanda and reforming the pension system of Georgia. In CT, Kalb made news by co-founding Bright Feeds, the first sustainable management waste company in CT that converts food waste into animal feed. 

Somehow, Scott Kalb has also found time to be an active community volunteer. He has served two terms on the RTM, including as Secretary of the Legislative and Rules committee. He also served as Secretary of the First Selectman’s Waste Management committee. In addition he served five years as chairman of Temple Sholom’s Endowment Investment Committee. 

Read Scott’s letter to the editor