Scott has over 10 years’ experience facilitating private sector value chain and market systems development programs worldwide in a range of sectors including workforce development, housing, agriculture, food security, humanitarian response, resilience, and disaster risk reduction. He currently leads the Terwilliger Center’s teams globally to manage the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of projects applying adaptive management and market development principles to programs in housing. He is also actively engaged in industry bodies including having served on the board of the Market Development Forum of Bangladesh and the Steering Committee for the Minimum Economic Recovery Standards. Scott holds a BS in Sociology from Texas A&M University and an MA in International Relations & International Economics from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.
- Can we adapt market systems strategies for housing? 
- Creating an adaptive culture and speeding up the time it takes to adapt