Brady Scott has spent most of his career in tribal economic development and senior executive management. His early career in accounting and finance led him to his role in gaming regulation and casino management for his own tribe, the Coquilles, in North Bend, Oregon. During his tenure as CEO of the Coquille tribe’s development corporation he was also appointed by Oregon’s governor to serve as a commissioner for the Oregon international Port of Coos Bay. Brady also serves as a director on the board of Craft 3, the Pacific Northwest’s most successful Community Development Financial Institution.
His experience in successful business start-ups, in addition to gaming and hospitality includes telecommunications, senior care, agriculture and self-funded health insurance. His most recent executive leadership role is in development of his tribe’s 8a government contracting business. Brady earned a B.S. in Business and Economics from Western Oregon University. In 2004 he was named Oregon Business Magazine’s CEO of the month.