Digital Media Producer, Dell EMC Education Services
Scott has enjoyed varied roles during his three decades in high tech, starting as a technical writer for the first Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in the late 1980s, through a career as a security analyst and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), to promoting the expansion of new generic Top Level Domains as Director of Marketing for ICANN, the non-profit that coordinates the global DNS.
Scott joined EMC in 2013 as an instructional designer, and is currently a Dell EMC Education Services producer running Dell’s video studio in Seattle, Washington (affectionately nicknamed “the Panic Room”). Using his veteran background in technical marketing and adult learning, Scott has written, produced, or directed nearly 400 marketing and training videos.
Scott’s career has a clear through-line: his firm belief that the greatest gift you can give someone is to help them know or do what they couldn’t before. With creativity and a wide practical streak, across many kinds of media, Scott’s goal is to empower audiences.
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