Scott currently works at Google, where he is helping build a new team targeting the needs of small businesses that struggled during the pandemic. Prior to Google, he spent time working as a management consultant and as a semi-professional poker player. He attended Cornell University where he majored in Applied Economics and Management, later earning his MBA from Yale School of Management.
Scott has always loved to teach. At Yale, he was an academic tutor for dozens of full-time and executive MBA candidates (tutoring senior executives with decades of experience in their respective fields was always an exciting challenge!) At Cornell, he was a teaching assistant for undergraduate business courses, leading weekly seminars with 30+ students as well as more frequent one-on-one sessions. As a tutor for 10+ years, he has worked with students on a variety of subjects including GMAT (he scored a 760), math (he scored an 800 on both the SAT math and the SAT level 2 subject test), finance, statistics, economics, and a variety of business courses.
Scott is also an avid sports fan. Growing up just outside New York City, he’s been watching New York Jets and Mets games since elementary school. More recently, he’s combined his interest in sports with his background in statistics, developing comprehensive models to predict the outcomes of professional football and baseball games.