Bloomberg Tax
July 18, 2022, 4:03 PM

President, CEO of Tax Foundation to Take New Role at Think Tank

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Scott Hodge, the longtime president and CEO of the Tax Foundation, is stepping down to take a new role at the Washington, D.C.-based think tank, the group said Monday.

Hodge has served in the top job for 22 years, growing the nonprofit from a six-person shop to an organization with nearly three dozen tax policy professionals. He has spearheaded initiatives such the taxes and growth dynamic tax modeling program and the state business tax climate index, the foundation said.

“It has been such an honor and, frankly, a thrill to be at the helm during Tax Foundation’s rise over the last two decades,” Hodge said. “Our organization has grown, our reputation has become unrivaled, and I’m immeasurably proud of the impact our team has been able to deliver.”

Hodge will transition to a new position as president emeritus and senior policy adviser. The Tax Foundation has launched a search for a new president and CEO and has posted information about the role on its website.

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