Scott Carter is Sterling College's vice president of institutional advancement, overseeing planned giving, annual fund, alumni relations, advancement database/software systems, donor development and all advancement operations. Scott also serves as a member of the president’s cabinet.
Scott has served in advancement roles within higher education and not-for-profit organizations for 18 years. In addition to two stints at Sterling (1987-1990 and 2008-2010) Scott has grown advancement programs – from alumni relations to annual fund to major gifts – at the University of Denver, Ohio University, Junior Achievement National Headquarters, University of Colorado Foundation, and the YMCA of the Rockies.
Scott is a 1988 graduate of Sterling College, where as a student he served as a resident assistant, member of choir, played baseball, and was captain of the football team. He served on Sterling’s National Advisory Council Committee from 1998-2000 and annually hosted Sterling alumni events in Northern Colorado.
Scott obtained his masters in sports administration from the nation’s top rated program at Ohio University. His ventures into sports-related businesses includes part-ownership of a company that pro