Carol J. Scott, MD, MSEd, FACEP is the CEO and Senior consultant for the Scott Advisory. She brings together the experience and wisdom of more than 20 years of medical practice and insights gained through collaboration with the wealth management industry and client families. Her programs are based on research into the link between wealth and wellness, providing an engaging, interactive format for both individuals and their families.
She a practicing Emergency Medicine physician and health educator trained at Johns Hopkins, where she served as Assistant Chief of Service in Emergency Medicine. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine. Dr. Scott is a Wellcoaches® Certified Health and Wellness Coach and Patient Advocate, serving leaders and their families.
She is CEO and Principal of the Scott Advisory and creator of the CEO Model of Wellness, BestStressZone and MindPause. Dr. Scott is also a founding fellow of the Institute of Coaching Professionals Association and serves on the faculty of the Institute for Preparing Heirs.
She received the Educator of the Year Award from the National Association of Women Emergency Physicians and has formerly served as hospital physician surveyor for the Joint Commission of Healthcare Organizations.
Her clients include Morgan Stanley, Discovery Communications, Microsoft, Kimberly Clark, Oracle, IBM, UPS and Johnson & Johnson. Her insights on wellness have been covered by The Wall Street Journal, Self, Fast Company and "O” magazine. She is a published author and writes for Huffington Post and Fast Company. Dr. Scott is a wife and mother of two sons.
Dr. Scott's bibliography includes Fortified Family Health: A Briefing and Guide for Women (2015) and The CEO Model of Wellness: Achieving Personal Health Leadership Through S.M.A.R.T. Thinking (2015). Her books are available at Amazon.com and major U.S. retailers.
Carol J. Scott, MD, MSEd, FACEP
Executive Wellness Coach, Patient Advocate, Practicing Physician, Keynote Speaker, Author, and CEO of The Scott Advisory