Scott Lazerson is a connector. As a strategic relationship consultant, Scott repeatedly demonstrates that he is a catalyst for innovation and breakthrough. Unrestrained by convention and driven by a desire to bring the best minds and talents together, Scott embraces his passion for empowering individuals and organizations by taking them to the next level.
Having served as Executive Director of the Larry King Cardiac Foundation, Chairman of the Board for Friends of the Arts, and as Executive Director of the Rose Foundation, Scott understands how to effectively navigate the worlds of celebrity, media, and public relations. Bridging those worlds to the corporate and entrepreneurial community, Scott has fostered a diverse and impressive network of relationships.
With uncanny insight and timing, Scott leverages his extensive Rolodex to make invaluable connections for others. Living by the mantra "It's not only what you know, but who you know," he opens doors and makes introductions to people you didn't even know you needed to know.
As CEO and founder of the Interface Foundation, Scott brought business and celebrity together for the benefit of high-impact charities. Interface, in collaboration with the BBC, produced Lindsay Lohan's Indian Journey, a documentary about the global child trafficking crisis.
Currently, Scott consults with Outfit7, creators of the hit iPhone app "Talking Tom," Liberty Tax Service, New York Times bestselling author Bill Phillips, NFL great Terrell Owens, Sarah Furgeson the Duchess of York, and a variety of entrepreneurial start-ups. He has successfully placed clients in various media outlets including Forbes, The Today Show, Harper's Bazaar, Fox News, Bloomberg, and others. He and Ellen Rakieten, the former Executive Producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show, have created a new reality television series that will air in 2012.
Scott, his wife Heidi, and their five children live in the scenic mountains of Orem, Utah.