Scott became a fulltime faculty member at Drexel University in the Department of Communications in 2016. He serves as the faculty advisor for the Drexel Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society (PRSSA) and is the recruitment liaison for the department.
Over a 30-year business career, Scott became one of the region's most recognized and respected PR professionals. He gained media relations, public affairs, community relations, investor relations, product publicity, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and crisis/issues management experience from work with such clients as Taco Bell, The Rothman Institute, The American Legal Institute and Bar Association, Preferred Real Estate, The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, Pfizer, The EuroTunnel, The Philadelphia International Auto Show, WXPN, Applebee’s, Hatfield Quality Meats, Reliance Insurance Company, The Please Touch Museum and the Philadelphia Streets Department.
In 2007, while Senior Vice President at LevLane in Philadelphia, Scott established the first Corporate Social Responsibility practice in the Philadelphia region. This agency discipline was founded on the premise that business is a key driver for sustainable social change.
From 1994-2006, he was the president of Tattar Richards Public Relations. Previously he was a vice president at Ketchum, one of the largest PR companies in the world.
As a media trainer, he has prepared hundreds of executives for press interaction. By blending message development with interview techniques, Scott has expertly coached many high-profile spokespersons from leading organizations, including DuPont, Hitachi, Reliance Standard Life Insurance, Philadelphia Financial, Drexel University, Arcadia University, West Chester University, Hatfield Quality Meats, Archer & Greiner, as well as several Philadelphia city departments.
From 2004 through 2005, Scott served as the president of the Public Relations Society of America (Philadelphia Chapter). He was appointed to Philadelphia Mayor John Street’s PR Task Force in 2000. He began his career as a reporter at the York Daily Record.
Scott earned his BA in English from York College of Pennsylvania, where he was a four-year varsity soccer player. He furthered his education with graduate studies in English at Villanova University. He received the 2001 Frank X. Long Award for excellence in creative writing, the 2012 DeAnn White Award for excellence in community service and the 2018 Anthony Fulginiti Award for excellence in education — all from the Public Relations Society of America (Philadelphia Chapter).