Scott Kramer, newly elected in 2019 to the GVTC Board, serves on the Audit/Finance Committee and Safety Committee as Director of District III, Position 4. His career in semiconductor manufacturing technology at IBM, Lam Research, SEMATECH, and Mattson Technologies and leadership skills as a corporate executive make him equipped and ready to serve on the Board to the best of his ability.
Having served on multiple boards for companies in Austin and Silicon Valley that have all ranged from privately held to publicly traded NASDAQ entities, Mr. Kramer possesses a strong understanding of business. During his time in those roles, he’s authored corporate bylaws for a startup company and has been active in the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) - charing or served on committees including Nominating & Governance, Strategy, Audit, and Compensation.
In addition, Mr. Kramer has served as President and Vice President at St. John Lutheran Church in Boerne, and as a member on committees including Mission, Endowment, Administration, and Property. He has also served as Chairman of the Republican Party of Kendall County, dealing with complex public policy challenges such as population growth, transportation, and utility infrastructure.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Missouri and an MBA from the University of Utah. Mr. Kramer is a veteran of the United States Air Force, where his squadron developed and tested the first Tomahawk cruise missiles. Mr. Kramer now resides in rural Kendall County, along the Guadalupe River, with three generations of family. He looks forward to serving the GVTC Board and all GVTC customers to the best of his ability.