Scott has served in a wide variety of engineering functions and thrives on solving difficult problems. He has a passion for developing and mentoring individuals interested in STEM. He has served as a mentor for the National Science Foundation and the National Robotics Competition.
As an adjunct professor, he teaches technology development and road mapping, as well as strategic positioning, and leadership development. Over the years he has developed processes and applications to improve organization effectiveness and optimizing techniques to improve operations.
He has a BS in engineering and a Master of Science in engineering management from Old Dominion University, with studies towards a PhD in analytical optimization techniques. Scott also has an AS in Science and is a graduate of the Leadership Institute.
As an appointed Science Advisor for Special Operations, Scott was responsible for solving problems at the highest levels of Government and received the Navy’s Medallion Award for design oversight and the development of innovative technologies. His career path took him from Manager of R&D for Northrop Grumman, VP/Director of Engineering to Chief Corporate Engineer.
Recently moving to Texas to be closer to kids and grandchildren, Scott enjoys spending quality time with family and supporting STEM-related initiatives. He is an avid cyclist, and is regularly active in outdoor recreation.