Carlton Scott Bio

Carlton Scott is the current Chair of the African Heritage Classroom Committee at the University of Pittsburgh and has served as the Executive Director of the not-for-profit Intercultural House (ICH) since 2007. Carlton has played an integral role in the development of race-based programming that fosters student and community engagement and learning for the Intercultural House.

Carlton is also trustee of the Gertrude Stein Foundation (GSF). As a GSF trustee he works to financially support and promote programs and initiatives designed to heal the effects of systemic racism. Carlton has worked as an Academic Advisor at the University of Pittsburgh in the College of Business Administration and the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences for the past 21 years. Mr. Scott earned his Student Personnel and B.A. in Communication from Slippery Rock University. Both degrees helped to drive his interest both professionally and personally around the areas of race, culture, education, and diversity.