I chose Pediatric Oncology as a profession because it allowed me to use my skills and gift to care for kids and families. This is the same passion I bring to our community as an elected official serving your family.
Scott studied Business and Economics (BA) at Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL where he also studied Political Science, Biblical archaeology, and pre-med. He did a Masters degree at Purdue University in Fort Wayne (MSc). He went to Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis (MD) where he was a class officer. He then did pediatric residency in Chicago, and became a fellow of pediatric hematology/oncology at the University of Pittsburgh.
Scott was an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Georgetown University where he was one of the first to publish research on personalized chemotherapy to cure resistant cancer. As a “Hyundai Scholar” he participated in research for children Surviving childhood cancer. Scott now serves as an Assistant Professor at IU School of Medicine in Fort Wayne and is a pediatric specialist in hematology/oncology and general pediatrics. He is also a Master of Public Health (MPH).
Upon Scott’s return to Fort Wayne, he became actively involved in Allen County programs advocating for mental wellness among our youth, including suicide and addiction risk reduction. He serves on multiple local boards for these causes and is involved in his church. He has actively worked with his State Rep. Chris Judy and other Allen County GOP elected officials. He was elected to the Aboite Township Board early in 2021 where he has prioritized supporting emergency services and aims to further improve our great Parks & Trails in Aboite Township.
Mental Health and Addiction
- Grant writer for Mental Health and addiction non-profits that show a community-centered mission for addiction assistance
- Coordination and funding for police programs that work towards speedy rehab
Support for Drug Prevention and SWAT
- Fully fund the Emergency Services Team
- Segregate “seized property fund” to ONLY fund drug prevention programs
Maternal and Infant Mortality
- Increase care, access, and quality of care to reduce infant and maternal mortality rates
- Specific police officers who are consistently assigned to specific neighborhood locations
- Officers maintain “route” by visiting with neighbors, learning what “out of place” looks like in that specific neighborhood “route”
- Maintain relationships with neighborhood presidents
Direct Voice to Mayor and Council Through Area Partnerships
- Office of Neighborhood Coordinator to oversee the Area Partnership staff
- Cabinet-level appointment
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