Scott first joined EAB’s predecessor, The Advisory Board Company in 1987 and became Chief Research Officer in March 2000. Scott led the launch of EAB in 2007, working closely with college and university leaders to develop the firm’s first research memberships for education. Since that time, Scott has continued to lead EAB’s research team—now 150+ strong—in finding and forging best practices to make education smarter.
Scott previously served in various senior management capacities with Advisory Board Company and also worked in Ernst & Young's health care consulting practice. Scott received a BA from Johns Hopkins University and an MA from Harvard University.