US Leader for Sustainability & Climate Change
New York - National Office
30 Rockefeller Plaza
Scott serves as the Deloitte US Leader for Sustainability & Climate Change (S&CC). He has the responsibility to set the direction for Deloitte’s US Accounting & Assurance, Advisory, Consulting and Tax businesses to assist our clients transition to a low carbon future.
Over his 30+ year distinguished career in consulting, Scott has worked closely with senior leaders and boards of global organizations to successfully undertake strategy-based transformations to address disruptive change in their sectors, markets, and communities. He has worked with clients across a broad range of sectors address a wide span of issues.
Prior to assuming his current role, Scott founded and led Deloitte’s Global Future of Mobility Practice. Under his leadership, Deloitte’s FoM team has been working closely with corporations, governments, academia, and NGOs to actively shape the emergence of the mobility ecosystem and advance the adoption of seamless integrated mobility to enable moving faster, safer, cleaner, cheaper and with greater accessibility, inclusivity and equity. Scott has authored numerous publications around sustainability and climate change including Leading a Low Carbon Future and is the principal author of scores of FoM publications featured in Deloitte’s Future of Mobility collection.
Scott is a frequent keynote speaker at global conferences and serves as an authoritative source for the media and podcasts, including CES, World Economic Forum/Davos, The Vatican’s Pontifical Academy of Science, Fortune’s BrainTech, WBCSD, and at numerous Universities.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Scott was a Partner at Booz Allen Hamilton and Booz & Co. and before that a Partner with AT Kearney in their NYC offices.
Scott earned his BA Magna Cum Laude and with High Honors in Politics from Brandeis University and his MBA in Finance and International Business from New York University Stern School of Business. Scott serves on the Board of Advisors for NYU Stern’s Fubon Center for Technology, Business and Innovation.
The evolution of personal mobility in the auto industry