About Scott Storick

Financial professional Scott Storick is dedicated to serving his community in all sorts of ways. His main motto and mantra is based around making a transformative change with any organization or individual with which he works. In addition to his work in the financial services industry, Scott plays an active role in various non-profit organizations throughout the Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton area. Scott is currently serving as a board member for the West Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Special Olympics of South Florida. In addition, he is a member of the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants.  Previously, Scott was also a Board Member for the Board of Athletics at UNC Charlotte, a sponsor of Jeb Bush Classic 65 Roses Gala, and a former member of the Boys and Girls of Fort Lauderdale.

No matter what situation he’s involved with, Scott Storick has developed a reputation and long track record of going above and beyond what is expected. Therefore, the immense amount of time and energy he spend in his philanthropic work within his community is hardly surprising to anybody who knows him. As he has said, “I want to be known for treating people the way that they want to be treated. At the end of the day, I work with families and hardworking people, good people. I want my work and my efforts to reflect my passion and commitment to their vision and goals.”

Central Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce

As a current Board Member for the Central Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, Scott Storick, as well as the entire organization, is dedicated in growing businesses and communities by providing various resources, support, and awareness. For Scott, he believes in embodying the voice as a liaison between business entrepreneurs and the communities in order to make the best well-thought out decisions for everyone to benefit and grown. If you would like to learn more about the Central Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, be sure to check out their website here.

Special Olympics

As a former high school athlete and lifelong sports enthusiast, the Special Olympics is a near and dear cause to Scott Storick.  His beliefs align strongly with their mission to provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for people with intellectual disabilities to participate. For Scott, this is an opportunity for him to give back to his community by being a mentor to those children involved in the event. Scott Storick’s favorite part about participating in such an incredible organization isn’t just the heart of the competition, but also the happiness and joy that he sees in every child’s face, and realizing the role he played in making that happen.

Boys & Girls Club

Founded in 1971, the Boys & Girls Club is a non-profit youth development organization with a mission to promote the educational, vocational, healthy leadership, and character for boys and girls ages 6 to 18 in a safe and nurturing environment. Scott Storick strongly believes in providing every child the opportunity for success that they deserve, the main reason that he loves and actively supports the program and mission of this organization. The idea of providing quality resources for disadvantaged youth is something that in his eyes is bigger than himself.

University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Previously, Scott Storick served as a Board Member for the Board of Athletics at UNC, Charlotte. He strongly believes in the importance of education and opportunity in paving a better future. Due to his experience in athletics when he was younger resonated so soundly with him, Scott sought to instill those same core values and beliefs of teamwork, hard work, perseverance, and practice into other athletes.


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Top of the Table

Scott Storick recently qualified for the prestigious Top of the Table award, which is the highest level of MDRT (Million Dollar Round Table) membership. MDRT is the global organization of nearly 50,000 financial and insurance professionals hailing from over 500 companies in 70 countries.