Scott Kirkpatrick

Scott Kirkpatrick

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Prior to joining General Assembly, Scott served as President of The Princeton Review where he led the turnaround of the well-established brand, carving it out of a public holding company, and ultimately selling to InterActiveCorp (IAC). Before joining The Princeton Review in 2009, Scott worked at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, where he served as both Executive Vice President of Strategy & Marketing and President of the company's technology division, Riverdeep. Prior to that, Scott was a strategy consultant at both The Callidon Group (now Oliver Wyman) and The Parthenon Group, where he focused on advising clients in the education and publishing industries. Scott was also a United States Coast Guard officer, where he served as ship navigator and an aide to the President of the United States. Scott holds a B.S. in Economics & Management from the United States Coast Guard Academy and an M.B.A. from MIT's Sloan School of Management.