'88, Executive Director, Child Development Services
After earning a Bachelor’s Degree from W&M, Paul Scott earned a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Radford University, and began working as the Child Sexual Abuse Specialist at a local women’s shelter. Mr. Scott has years of experience providing individual, family, and group therapy with adolescent offenders in long-term residential treatment facilities and correctional centers. He has been a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider since 1999 and has vast experience providing forensic assessments of adolescent offenders using state of the art screening tools. He has also provided assessments to children and families in crisis, and served as the Coordinator for the City of Chesapeake’s Interagency Consortium and Virginia State Director for the Institute for Family Centered Services until his appointment as Executive Director of Child Development Resources in 2007 (www.cdr.org). His areas of expertise include nonprofit management, Board and donor relations, grant management, program oversight, legislative advocacy, team building, and community capacity building. Mr. Scott lives in the City of Williamsburg and enjoys photography, gardening (especially hot peppers) and making beer, wine and mead, for which he has won several awards in international winemaking competitions. He has been fly fishing for over thirty five years and has been a guide and instructor for Orvis, and taught an introduction to fly-fishing course at The University of Virginia.