Scott is a Credentialed Evaluator with the Canadian Evaluation Society and holds a Bachelor of Education (Distinction) as well as a Master’s degree in Theory and Policy Studies in Education from the University of Toronto. Scott specializes in applied qualitative and quantitative research, human development service planning, policy development, capacity building, evaluation and knowledge translation. He has completed projects through contracts or funding from a diverse range of non-profit and public sector organizations, as well as First Nations, including: Canadian Council for Social Development, City of Vancouver, Columbia Basin Trust, Gitksan Government Commission, Fraser Basin Council, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Vancouver Public Library, Office of the Wet’su’wet’en, University of British Columbia and the United Way of the Lower Mainland. Scott has published peer reviewed academic articles and applied studies on homelessness, employment service programs, poverty and low income, decolonization of school curriculum, food insecurity of vulnerable populations, and participatory budgeting. Scott is keen to work with people who are committed to evidence-based community planning and development processes that achieve social justice outcomes.