College of Business, University of Louisville
Vaughan Scott is a family business advocate, a thought leader on innovative ways to address family wealth, and his purpose is to help to make a meaningful difference in the lives of families for generations.
He is an adjunct professor at University of Louisville (US) where he is currently teaching business consulting in multiple MBA programs and oversees the ConsultMBA Program there. He has been advising on the financial, strategic, transition, and succession needs of family enterprises and entrepreneurs since 1997.
Vaughan is also an instructor for the Family Firm Institute (FFI) in their Global Education Network Program and was inducted as a Fellow of FFI at the 2015 Global Conference in London, England.
He holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Global Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management (European Cohort) and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University at Bloomington.
At Thunderbird, Vaughan graduated with distinction and was elected class speaker for commencement. As an extension of his MBA program, he also earned an Executive Certificate in International Economics Relations from the Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland which is considered one of Europe’s most prestigious educational institutions.