Dr. Scott Snair is a data analyst, methodologist, and author in Washington D.C. He has nearly twenty years of full-time experience using and teaching quantitative analysis, statistics, research, and writing. His books on management have been published in 10 languages throughout the world by publishers including McGraw-Hill and Penguin Random House.
Scott maintains his certification as a data-privacy engineer with the IT professional association ISACA. He holds a Ph.D. in higher education management from Seton Hall University and a B.S. in management from West Point, where he was president of his class. He has been married for over 30 years to Dr. Mary-Jane Snair, a child psychotherapist.
Scott has testified before the United States Senate on military veteran employment issues. His professional presentations have included lectures before the School Safety Advocacy Council, the New Jersey Health Officers Association, and the Centre for the Study of Leadership in Education. He also has appeared on CNBC with Larry Kudlow and Jim Cramer.
Scott served for a dozen years in the U.S. Army as both an enlisted soldier and a commissioned officer. His service included time in Iraq as a cannon platoon leader during the Liberation of Kuwait in the early 1990s. Along with his commander, Karl Stebbins, he wrote an article for Field Artillery on using cannons effectively, on the offensive, during a land attack.