President and CEO
Scott DePasquale is President & CEO of the Analysis & Resilience Center for Systemic Risk (formerly FSARC). Prior to joining the ARC, DePasquale was a partner at New York based venture capital fund Braemar Energy Ventures, where he served on the firm’s investment committee for eight years. DePasquale also served as Chairman and CEO of Utilidata, Inc., a Braemar portfolio company delivering digital automation and cybersecurity solutions to the power utility sector.
Prior to his role as a venture capitalist at Braemar, DePasquale was a senior vice president at GE Capital, where he led the group’s Boston-based energy technology investments. In this capacity, he worked closely with scientists and engineers across GE’s corporate R&D center, as well as executives from various internal businesses, to identify and commercialize game-changing technologies. Before joining GE, DePasquale spent several years managing analytics and international dispute resolution for an energy security think tank. He started his career as a trader in the energy and financial sectors.
DePasquale previously served as Chairman of the Rhode Island Homeland Security Advisory Board, and as Chairman of the Rhode Island Cybersecurity Commission, appointed by Governor Gina M. Raimondo. He was also a member of the DHS Homeland Security Advisory Council Subcommittee on Cybersecurity.
He currently sits on several boards including the Naval War College Foundation. DePasquale holds a Master of Arts in International Relations and Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, a Master of Science in Finance from Suffolk University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bryant University.