What Scott enjoys most about his role as Androvett’s Chief Operations Officer is that, in addition to overseeing the day-to-day operations of the agency and making sure the trains are running on time, he’s still heavily involved in the creative process. “I love being able to get my hands dirty in that world,” he says. “Developing ideas and helping clients find their voice and stand out. For me, it’s really the perfect left brain/right brain balance.”
Scott graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in marketing. A degree, he notes, he never changed. Scott always had an interest in people, what makes them tick, and why they make the choices they do. And he saw marketing as a way of learning more about that.
“The more I’ve learned about people and their goals, the more I’ve been able to help them.”
Scott got his start working for an advertising agency in Dallas, Texas. It was there he learned the basics of the business and saw exactly how multi-faceted it was. He later went on to work for 7-Eleven and Blockbuster, where his brand work earned national recognition, garnering Effies and Clio awards, and landing on AdAge, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal’s Top 10 lists.
While Scott has served in many different capacities, he still considers the work he does as largely the same: Helping clients put their best foot forward.
Did you know?
- Scott likes to pretend that he tastes those “subtle notes” in wine, but really doesn’t.
- Scott gets too competitive when playing board games. Seriously, it’s bad.