Scott joined the Chronically Awesome Foundation after reconnecting with founder Jules Shapiro after many years. Learning about the great work the organization was doing, Scott was excited about the opportunity to get involved. Scott helped create and manage the foundation website ChronicallyAwesome.org.
Living with ADHD and depression, Scott has learned skills that helped him graduate college and create a successful digital marketing career. Scott is eager to share what he’s learned to assist other chronically awesome people along their journeys.
Scott has supported many charitable organizations – regularly participating in walks, runs and fundraisers benefitting non-profits such as The American Humane Society, The American Heart Association and The Challenged Athletes Foundation.
In the mid 1990’s, motivated by a college friend recently diagnosed with HIV, Scott participated in the AIDS Lifecycle – a 7-day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Scott completed the ride and raised nearly $5K, allowing the Los Angeles LGBT Center and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation to continue providing support and services for people living with HIV/AIDS.
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