New York City, New York
Scott writes on technology, entrepreneurship, and international development for Stanford Social Innovation Review. Scott graduated from Stanford University, where he served as a Director of Stanford in Government. He has worked with street children for an NGO in Ecuador, worked on international issues at the U.S. State Department and United Nations Development Program, and spent time thinking about national policy issues as a White House intern in the National Economic Council. Later, at Google he learned that often it's the private sector that's most efficient, so he spent nearly three years launching products, teams, and lecturing on entrepreneurship in the US, India and Africa. He has since worked at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society and Facebook, where he has focused on technology as a tool for international development. He is pursuing a dual-degree in economic policy and business at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs and Columbia Business School, where he is President of the Politics & Business Club.