Scot has been running a non-profit, Veterans Acupuncture Center of Colorado, for over 4 years and the Center for Integrated Eastern Medicine as the owner/practioner for over 14 years.
Prior to running his own business, Scot, worked at AT&T Broadband as a Senior Manager running the business analytics department, an investment banker for CBIZ, and CFO for Problem Solving Products engineering firm.
Scot has over 35 years of leadership experience he garnered from being an officer in the US Navy. He currently serves as a Captain in the US Navy Reserves.
In the summer, you can find him cycling throughout the Front Range and the mountains, swimming and hiking. He loves to ski and workout in the winter.
Education: Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, MSTCM (2006); University of Denver, MBA (Finance) (1998); United States Naval Academy, BS Engineering (1990)
Just weeks before my 27th birthday I was diagnosed with breast cancer after a routine MRI. I was BRCA 2 positive and was simply being monitored closely. Well aware of my family history I thought it would be best to be
cautious. I could have never suspected that the very first MRI would reveal that I already had breast cancer in my left breast. Shortly after being diagnosed, I underwent a double mastectomy, egg fertilization, four rounds of chemotherapy and reconstruction. While the journey I would never wish on anyone has been something I have not only come to honor but the way my heart has softened I would not trade for a second. While breast cancer is a part of my story, I am a proud daughter, aunt and fiancé. I am a three time Tour De Pink rider and honored to be part of this organization.
Brittany currently heads up the strategic fundraising division of Charity Valet from the Denver office. Born in Boulder, Colorado, Brittany attended Colorado State University and is most definitely is a loyal Ram fan on game day against CU. Brittany’s first job out of college was working for
KemperSports in a sales and marketing role for golf courses. Here, she gained her love for helping non profits and organizations raise money, and especially became dedicated to helping these groups use technology to send their fundraising capabilities through the roof. “My favorite moments, both professionally and personally, are when community groups come back to me after raising records funds and happily show me the amazing programs, opportunities, individuals, research or other amazing feats they accomplished with the money they raised,” she says. “These groups have saved, empowered, discovered and built our community in many ways that I am absolutely honored to have been a part of.”
Brittany has been recognized by several local, regional and national organizations for her work with non-profits, and in particular her innovation and creation of software and technology that aids fundraising groups.
Besides a love for technology and fundraising, Brittany is an avid golfer, serious dachshund lover, rescuer and advocate, gardener and queen of embarrassing dance moves, earning her the loving nickname of “Elaine.”