Scott joined the MS Center staff in February this year and has hit the ground running. In his role, Scott is the main point of contact for new and existing clients. He coordinates the classes, provides resources and information to callers, and communicates with our providers. Scott also serves as the case manager for our new MS Center Disability Assistance Program. This important program focuses on finding solutions to help support MS Center clients who are facing dire situations because of challenges brought on by MS-related disabilities.
Scott originally hails from Virginia where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Christopher Newport University, which led him to work as a field biologist, traveling all over the U.S. Scott went on to serve in healthcare management for several years before joining the MS Center. Welcome, Scott! Glad you’re a part of our MS Center team.
As many of you know, Beth Marrow has retired from the center after being on staff for almost 3 years. We are saddened to see her go, but she said that we will still see her around, volunteering and participating in MS Center activities. Thank you for your hard work, Beth. It won’t be the same without you.