Scott’s passion for financial services comes from his ability to help clients save for the things they need as they strive to achieve the things that they want. One of seven children, Scott began working at a young age, finding employment as a shift worker during high school and throughout college. He believes this range of work experience – from “janitor” to “manager” – allows him to better relate to clients from all walks of life.
Scott began his financial services career at Robinson-Humphrey / Smith-Barney, where he was employed for more than 10 years as First Vice President. He joined Morgan Keegan in 2002 helping to establish the Albany office and transitioned with the firm during the Raymond James acquisition in 2012. Scott serves as Albany’s Branch Office Manager.
For more than 30 years, Scott has been involved and served on the board of directors of several civic and community organizations, most recently having completed serving a term on the Anchorage of Albany Board of Directors. He was appointed by the City of Albany as a founding member of Albany’s Historic Preservation Commission, and currently serves as a federal arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Scott also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Albany Museum of Art and is their Treasurer.
Originally from Massachusetts, Scott makes his home in Albany with his wife, Gennie, who works in Behavioral Health and Addictive Diseases. Together, they have two grown children, Macee and Jennings, two grandchildren and three rescue dogs. A former sailor, Scott enjoys playing golf or quail hunting in his free time, and is a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.