PO Box 75340
Scott has served on the Fort Thomas Board of Education since first being elected in November, 2006. Entering his second term, Scott’s focus remains on District finance as the means necessary to enable curriculum which promotes personal best performance by each student. This philosophy is balanced with support of programming policy which continually strives to complement academic achievement with opportunities for extra-curricular involvement, affording each student the chance to realize their true potential by drawing upon their latent strengths.
Toward these ends, Scott currently serves as Chair of the Funding Task Force, a volunteer group of community professionals working to address insufficient levels of state funding support available to the District budget. Scott has also added membership on the District Budget Committee, Local Planning Committee, (charged with developing district facilities configuration) World Languages Committee, Education Policy Committee of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Northern Kentucky Education Action Team, the Kentucky School Board Association’s Legislative Network and a research fellowship from the Prichard Committee’s Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership to his second term priorities. Previous to work on the District Board, Scott served as a member of the School Council at Johnson Elementary.
After graduating from Erlanger Lloyd High School, where he ran cross country and served as editor of the school paper, Scott attended NKU and graduated from the University of Kentucky, earning a B.A. in Political Science / Comparative Analysis. While at UK, Scott served as an officer of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, with current hobbies including support of Highlands Football, following current events, and penning guest columns which have been published by UK’s Kentucky Kernal, the Enquirer, Kentucky Post, Fort Thomas Recorder, Inside Fort Thomas and Fort Thomas Matters.
Scott’s volunteer service includes support of Cub Scout Pack 706, Boy Scout Troop 86, the inaugural “Home for the Holidays” walk, St. Catherine’s summer festival, the Johnson Elementary Hullabaloo and Scott is currently serving his fourth year on the Fort Thomas 4th of July Parade Committee.
Scott’s professional career has included extensive experience in vehicle fleet administration, most recently formulating policy and procedure standards for the managed operation of a nationwide fleet of over 1,500 vehicles for Omnicare, Inc. Scott’s TRUE life’s work, however, remains Conrad, (Highlands ’15) and Kelsey, (Highlands ’18).