Scott Hilton-Clarke (2011 – 2012)

Scott Hilton-Clarke is a parallel entrepreneur and Founder/CEO of Inspiration Laboratories, a firm focused on advancing early stage companies. Scott is also a co-founder and Partner in The Chatman Group, a consultancy that advises companies on penetrating the Oil and Gas Sector in the Middle East. Prior to Inspiration Labs, Scott co-founded Confida Corporation, a management consulting firm specializing in the implementation of strategic initiatives, change management and the development of leadership teams. For almost twenty years, Scott has worked extensively with senior executives and entrepreneurs to guide them in achieving superior organizational effectiveness, breakthrough financial performance and peace of mind. He has focused much of his work in the areas of strategic leadership development and project management, particularly in the management of complex, enterprise-wide change initiatives.

 

Scott’s experience has spanned a wide range of industries, including the Information Technology, Telecommunications, Healthcare, Manufacturing and Financial Services sectors and has involved primarily Fortune 500 Corporations, the US Federal Government and various Caribbean conglomerates. A graduate of St. Mary’s College, Scott earned his M.B.A. from Harvard University and his B.S. in Information Systems and Economics from New York University’s Stern School of Business. Prior to Confida, Scott worked at Symmetrix (a boutique management consulting firm serving Fortune 500 companies), where he was engaged in the development and implementation of re-engineered business practices and IT systems. Scott also worked for IBM Corporation in the areas of product development, finance, and product planning, where he won both Divisional and Laboratory Awards.

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