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Dr. Stacy L. Scott is President and Founder of the Center for Understanding Equity. He specializes in Educational Consulting, Leadership Development, Executive Coaching, Strategic Planning and Diversity Training. Dr. Scott has been a keynote presenter, facilitator, and trainer for many conferences and organizations over the past 25 years.

From 1987 to 1994, Dr. Scott had a private practice in Psychology in Lexington, MA. He has also worked at a variety of clinical sites including Massachusetts General Hospital, Judge Baker Children’s Center, Worcester Youth Guidance Center, and The Roxbury Comprehensive Community Health Center, where he served as Pediatric Clinical Coordinator. Previously, he served on the faculty of The Harvard Medical School as a Lecturer in Psychology and a consultant in Child Psychiatry.

Dr. Scott developed a practice of organizational consulting working with Fortune 500 corporations: BayBanks, Nynex, Blue Cross Blue Shield.  He has developed a wide variety of tools and resources to help school districts with leadership development and strategic planning. He served as an Associate Superintendent in Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland and Superintendent for districts in Massachusetts.

Dr. Scott is a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Graduate School of Education where he has been a guest lecturer over the past few years.  He served as an adjunct professor at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary’s Center for Urban Ministerial Education, lecturing on Faith Development. Dr. Scott has developed training models for diversity, leadership development, organizational improvement, and many others.

Dr. Scott holds an Ed.M. and an Ed.D. from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education in Counseling and Consulting Psychology. He received a B.A. in International Government with an emphasis in Spanish language and culture from Harvard College. Dr. Scott was appointed by Governor William Weld to serve on the Massachusetts State Board of Educators. He is a licensed clinical psychologist in Massachusetts.


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