MSc Resource Management, University of Edinburgh (UK), 2001; BSc Environmental Studies. University of Vermont, Burlington, United States, 1998.
Scott has more than 16 years of experience in consulting on public sector forestry and organisational change from national processes to grassroots level. Scott has a capability to guide strategic planning within dynamic forest sector reform processes in developing countries, predominantly in east Africa. Prior to joining LTS more than 12 years ago, Scott worked for the Global Programme on Forests under UNDP. Since then Scott has completed two long-term assignments with LTS, Uganda (2002-2004, DFID) and Kenya (2007-2009, USAID). In both instances he provided high-level advisory support on the establishment and restructuring of government forestry services. Scott brings a competence in forest sector reform and institutional development with proven success in guiding strategic planning initiatives, organisational improvements, corporate governance, business management, budgeting and finance, human resources, recruitment and performance contracting. Scott is no stranger to LTS having joined in 2001 initially as a forest policy and institutions consultant working on national forestry programmes, and intermittently on business development and marketing. In 2010, he was appointed the LTS Group Business Development Director and in 2012 he was appointed the Managing Director of LTS Africa based in Nairobi. LTS Africa is a wholly owned subsidiary of LTS International operating as a professional services consulting firm to serve east Africa and further afield.