GE Oil & Gas
U.S. Navy Reserve Veteran (currently serving)
Scott is the Global Inventory leader for the Drilling & Surface business within GE Oil & Gas, and leads the Career Development initiative team for GE Veterans Network within GE Oil & Gas worldwide.
Scott joined GE in 1997 on the Technical Leadership Program, eventually becoming the Process Leader at the Large Order Center in Batesville, Indiana before moving to GE Aviation where he was a Blackbelt for Engine Services. Scott left GE in 2002 to work for Eaton as the Manager of Indirect Procurement and Logistics Planning Manager, then for Johns Manville as a Supply Chain Master Blackbelt and Manager of Supply Chain Planning, and finally as the Director of Supply Chain for Anchor Hocking Glass. Upon his return to GE in 2010, Scott was the Commercial Master Blackbelt for Drilling & Production before taking his current role.
His U.S. Navy roles include a mobilization at the Chief of Staff for Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (Forward), and Commanding Officer roles with Amphibious Construction Battalion 205 in Pittsburgh, and Military Sealift Command Expeditionary Port Unit 110 in Houston. He was selected for promotion to Captain for FY2014. Scott is still serving as a Commander in the U.S. Navy Reserve and the Commanding Officer of Strategic Sealift Unit 420 based in Alameda, CA.
A 1993 graduate of the US Merchant Marine Academy, Scott also holds both a MBA and a Master of Global Supply Chain from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.