Q: How long have you worked for the Mason-Dixon Council?
Scott: 12 years
Q: What is your favorite part about your job as a Professional Scouter?
Scott: Working with the kids.
Q: What is your Scouting background?
Scott: I was a Cub Scout earned my Arrow of Light, crossed over to troop 10. Was active there ad's troop 4 & 99 through high school
Q: What is your fondest Scouting memories?
Scott: Being a den leader, assistant Scoutmaster, Wood Badge and national jamboree staff on QBSA radio.
Q: What all are you involved in, in the community?
Scott: Citizenship Chairman in the Antietam Exchange, Youth Group Leader at Trinity Lutheran Church, 32 degree Mason, Parent Guild at Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, Coordinator for my church at REACH. I help out were I can.
Q: Do you have any hobbies or interest outside of Scouting?
Scott: I like wood working and carving, graphics and art.
Q: Anything message you would like to send out the Scouters in our Council?
Scott: Scouting works because we all work hard together.