Scott is a Consultant based out of our Vancouver office. In this role, Scott provides strategic research, logistical support, and a high level of care to clients across a number of sectors, with a focus on provincial and municipal government relations.
Before joining Global, Scott worked in policy roles for both the Federal Government, with the Ministry of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Development; and the Government of British Columbia, with the Ministry of Jobs, Economic Development and Competitiveness (now Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation). In these roles, Scott conducted policy work related to technology, arts and culture, and social services.
Scott also interned with the Consulate of the United States in Vancouver while still in university, conducting research to inform American foreign policy with regards to British Columbia, as well as at the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia shortly after graduation where he provided communications support for MLAs.
Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia. He originally hails from the Kootenay Region.