John Scott Wotowicz of New York, NY, is a Managing Partner of Concentric Capital.
Before Concentric, John was Vice President, Head of Global Business Development and a member of the Global Management Committee of Dimensional Fund Advisors focusing on firm management as well as the development of new strategies, relationships, and products.
Prior to joining Dimensional, John was a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley where he founded Europe's leveraged finance industry and was ultimately responsible for oversight of the firm's European investment banking business as a member of the European Investment Banking Operating Committee. Wotowicz was also one of the architects of Morgan Stanley's global lending business and was a member of Morgan Stanley's Global Credit Commitment Committee.
He graduated from Duke University with a major in Public Policy Studies and was first a lobbyist, then an award-winning marketing representative for IBM in Washington, D.C. He graduated Columbia University School of Law as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.
In addition to serving on the NPR Board, Wotowicz currently sits on the boards of numerous not-for‐profit institutions including New York's New Museum of Contemporary Art, where he is the Board Treasurer, and Marfa, Texas-based contemporary arts foundation Ballroom Marfa. John was also a founding board member of the Austin, Texas-based Texas Tribune.
He is an instrument-rated private pilot, a producer of numerous West End (London) theater productions, and a member of the Association of the Bar of the State of New York.