For the past 10 years, Scott has held Information Technology, Continuous Improvement, and Agile leadership roles in healthcare and aeronautical manufacturing organizations, serving in positions such as Director of Innovation & Improvement for Jupiter Medical Center and as a National Product Owner for Optima Healthcare Solutions, Inc. Clinisign (TM) product line. He currently holds the positions of Smiths Interconnect's Enabling Technologies Projects Manager for a Global team of 13 PhD Scientists, Engineers, Disruptive Innovation experts, and as the President/CEO of The Bridge Effect Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) focused on identifying and reducing community and social anxieties.
From 1996 to present, Scott has served non-profit endeavors from the Martin County Business Development Board's Community Advisory Board, to serving as president of the University of Florida Martin County Alumni Club. While working for Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne Space Propulsion in West Palm Beach, he was a four-year PW WPB committee member to the UTC WPB United Way Giving Campaign, and communications director for the Palm Beach Chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics in 2012.
Scott holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Business Administration and Marketing, and received a Master of Science degree in Quality Systems Management through the United Technologies Corporation partnership with the National Graduate School of Quality Management in Falmouth, Mass, where he also received his Lean Six-Sigma Blackbelt certification.