People and Organisations United for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus
Scott joined Cargill, Incorporated in 1980 as a trainee at Cargill’s Oilseeds Processing Plant in Washington, Iowa. After serving in supervisory positions for Cargill Flour Milling in New York, Chattanooga and Kansas, he was named Regional Superintendent for Cargill Flour Milling in 1989 and Manager of Operations for North American Flour Milling in 1993.
In 1996, Scott was named Vice President, Global Wheat Flour Milling Operations, which included flour mills in the United States, South America and India. In 1999, he was named Vice President, Worldwide Dry Milling Operations, which added the dry corn mills in the United States and United Kingdom.
In 2002 Worldwide Citrus was added to Scott’s responsibilities. Scott was seconded to Allied Mills, a joint venture acquisition in Australia, for just short of a year in October 2002 as General Manager. He then returned to the United Sates as Vice President, Dry Milling/Citrus Operations.
Scott was named Vice President, Corporate Procurement Leader, North America in November 2005. In July of 2006 he was named Vice President, Global Procurement Leader. He retired from Cargill in June of 2010.
In August 2010 Scott starting working with the Food Fortification Initiative (formerly the Flour Fortification Initiative) as the Industry Liaison. In March of 2011 he was appointed Director.
Scott received a bachelor’s degree in Milling Science and Management from Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, in 1980.