Scott was elected President of the Conservative Party of Canada at the 2016 National Convention in Vancouver and was re-elected President at the 2018 National Convention in Halifax. He was the Chair of both the Vancouver and Halifax National Conventions of the Party. He has served on National Council since 2013.
Scott is a strong proponent of the grass roots organization, ideas and values of the Conservative Party.
He has also served on the National Policy Committee of the Party and since 2008 he has served on the Board of Directors of the North Vancouver Electoral District Association. Scott has also served as the President of the North Vancouver Electoral District Association and has been active as an organizer in Provincial and Federal elections.
Scott was born in Alberta, attended high school in Vancouver and obtained university degrees from the University of British Columbia (BA, International Relations and JD) and Bristol University (LLB, Honours). Scott is a partner with the law firm of Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver. He is called to the Bar in Ontario and British Columbia.
In a variety of professional and community organizations in Toronto and Vancouver Scott has served in a leadership role (the Canadian Bar Association – International Law Section, the Toronto Public Art Commission and St. Georges School). He is also a Hockey Canada certified coach and enjoyed many years of coaching his son’s minor hockey team.
Scott lives in North Vancouver with his wife Sara and son Dugald.