Only four American nonprofit executives have ever received a prestigious International Stevie medallion. Daniel James Scott is one of them.
Only one honored as the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 50th Anniversary State of Florida “Business Advocate of the Year.”
Only one named Tampa Bay Business Journal’s “Up & Comer” an unprecedented four times.
Daniel is “one of America’s top CEOs,” according to Huffington Post. One of Florida Trend's “economic impact players.” One of Tampa Bay Times “10 who make Tampa Bay area’s economic outlook brighter.”
And TechCrunch declares his work is “getting Tampa Bay’s name on the map.”
Daniel co-founded Florida's first undergraduate entrepreneurship degree program. Florida's first seed-stage accelerator fund. Florida's first all-digital audio technology company. Florida’s first Emerging Tech Leaders group. Florida’s first in-house corporate recruiters’ organization.
And most recently, he led the strategic turnarounds of two prominent Florida nonprofits. Simultaneously.
Daniel holds two master’s degrees. Co-authored five books, thanked or featured in another half-dozen, with his academic articles cited in two more. Contributes a weekly technology segment to iHeartRadio, distributed globally.
And he is a father to twins and husband to an incredible wife and mother.