Scott is currently the President and CEO of PricewaterhouseCoopers Public Sector responsible for PwC’s business serving the US Federal Government, state and local governments, and multilateral agencies. He joined PwC in 2005 and has held various roles including leading their US Department of Defense, CDC and NIH accounts, leading PwC’s global public sector business in 130+ countries, initiating PwC’s veterans affinity network recently recognized by Military Times as the #4 Best Employer for veterans in the US, and spearheading PwC’s successful pursuit of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award presented by the Obama Administration in 2014.
Prior to joining PwC, Scott was a partner at KPMG working across the federal, aerospace & defense, and healthcare spaces. He began is career in industry working with surface electro-optic systems.
Scott holds an MS in Information Systems from The Johns Hopkins University, an MBA from Willamette University, and a BBA from Washington & Jefferson College. He is passionate about public health and education and currently serves as the national chairman for the Prevent Cancer Foundation and on various committees at both Georgetown Preparatory School and the Langley School where he has children enrolled.