Scott is a data analytics professional seasoned in fraud detection and risk analytics. He serves as the Forensic Technology Leader at Ernst & Young LLP US in the Carolinas and for the Financial Services industry.
With years of experience in database planning and design, complex data conversion for high profile fraud and global Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), he assists clients with investigations, business intelligence, regulatory response, compliance, reporting, economic and strategic data analysis. Prior to joining EY, Scott worked as the Director of risk analytics and business analytics at a government-sponsored enterprise, which is ranked No. 38 on the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue.
Scott holds a bachelor degree in International Political Economy from Colorado College. A certified fraud examiner, in 2018 he served as an Executive in Residence at Colorado College.
How Scott is building a better working world
“I believe that assisting clients in investigating, detecting and preventing fraud is one the best possible ways to build a better working world. To facilitate the same, we should focus on building leading class teams while encouraging a diverse and inclusive workplace. Such a workplace will allow all EY talent to be their authentic selves.”