Meet Pablo Iglesias, 729's AWESOME Scoutmaster!
Mr. Iglesias became Scoutmaster in June 2014, having previously served as an Assistant Scoutmaster and Committee member for the troop.
Though never a Boy Scout, Mr Iglesias, remembers reading Boys Life magazine as a youth in the school library in Caracas, Venezuela where he was born. His family moved to Toronto when he was 12. There he served in the Boys' Brigade, an organization that predates the Boy Scouts. Mr. Iglesias studied Engineering Science at the University of Toronto and then earned a graduate degree in Control Engineering at Cambridge University, in the United Kingdom. In 1991, he moved to Baltimore to be on the faculty at The Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches and carries out research. If you want to check what he does, you can follow this link
Mr. Iglesias has been involved with Scouts since his older son, Vicente, joined Cub Scouts. His involvement with Troop 729 started in 2010, when Vicente bridged over to Boy Scouts. He younger son, Miguel, joined them at 729 in 2012.
His favorite scouting activity is going hiking with the troop, his family, and Blackjack, the family poodle who is convinced that he is one of the scouts.