Scott Day has been a dynamic lecturer at W.P. Carey School of Business in the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship since 2016. Mr. Day teaches three courses: LES 305 Business Law & Ethics, MGT 411 Leading Organizations, and WPC 480 Capstone Course. He brings to the classroom more than10 years of significant corporate management experience, more than 18 years of complex professional practice management consulting in healthcare, and over 5 years of executive coaching experience.
Mr. Day loves teaching and sharing his knowledge in every class session with the goal of adding value to each and every student. In addition, he enjoys seeing students realizing their enormous potential as they learn the concepts in the courses.
Mr. Day was elected Student Bar Association for his graduating class at the College of Law at the University of Toledo. His undergraduate studies were at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in the majors of African-American History and Sociology.
Prior to joining academia, Mr. Day worked for State Farm Insurance, Phillips Corporation, Robbins Research International, The McNeil Group, Mercer Advisors, and is the principal for Scott Day Consulting Inc.