Chairman of Convention Committee Liberal Party of Australia, NSW Division (2010-2015). Urban Representative, State Executive, Liberal Party of Australia, NSW Division (2011-2012). President, NSW Young Liberal Movement (2008-2011), Policy Vice President, NSW Young Liberal Movement (2008). President, Liberal Party Strathfield SEC (2003-2006). Life member, Young Liberal Movement of Australia (NSW Division), Life Member, Sydney University Liberal Club.
Mayor, Strathfield Municipal Council (2007-2008). Councillor, Strathfield Municipal Council (2004-2008). Member of Lions Club Burwood (2002-2004). Parish Councillor, St Andrew's Anglican Church Strathfield (2001-2002). Member, Law Society of NSW (2014-Present). Member, Sydney Institute (2011-Present).
Born and raised in Sydney's Inner West to parents, Mark and Cassandra. Educated at Homebush Public School and Sydney Technical High School. Married to Penny with a young Son Christian, 5 and Daughter Colette, 3. Currently residing in West Pymble. Special Interests: family, Rugby League (Wests Tigers), Rugby Union (NSW Waratahs), Basketball (Los Angeles Lakers), AFL (Sydney Swans), Cricket, Kayaking, Golf, Christianity, Australian, US, English and French history.
Bachelor of Commerce, University of Sydney (2005). Bachelor of Laws, University of Sydney (2010). Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law (2014). Admitted to the Roll of Solicitors; NSW Supreme Court; and High Court of Australia.
Political Adviser to a range of State and Federal Liberal Politicians (2005-2009) (2014-2015). Consultant across Public Affairs, Marketing and Strategy (2009-2014). Tax Analyst (2003-2004).
Honours: Dean's List, Sydney University (2002). Premier's Award for NSW HSC (2001).
Inaugural speech, 6 May 2015.
Parliamentary Activity: Scott has chaired a number of Parliamentary Friendship Groups during his tenure including, the Parliamentary Friends of Mental Health
(2015-Present) as well as the Parliamentary Friends of the United Kingdom
The Parliament of New South Wales acknowledges and respects the traditional lands of all Aboriginal people, and pays respects to all Elders past and present. We acknowledge the Gadigal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which the Parliament of New South Wales stands.