Scott has been a public policy and planning consultant for nearly two decades, including sixteen years at McDowell Group and four years with Brody & Weiser in Branford, Connecticut, where he participated in many assignments for the Ford Foundation and other national funders and nonprofits.
Scott uses his background in business management along with research, facilitation, strategic planning, program evaluation, and organizational analysis to help organizations meet the demands of their missions and the marketplace. He enjoys working with multi-disciplinary consulting teams and has provided professional services to federal, local and tribal agencies, large foundations, for-profit and nonprofit businesses, and nearly every department of the State of Alaska.
Originally from New York City, Scott has lived in Alaska more than 30 years. He holds a Masters of Public and Private Management from Yale University and a bachelor’s from Williams College and has been an adjunct professor at the University of Alaska Southeast School of Management.
He enjoys woodworking, fly fishing and playing music. Scott currently serves on the advisory board of the Salmon Project, an online resource that encourages Alaskans to explore their relationships with salmon.