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Scott Berman

Senior Director of Marketing

Scott Berman is the Senior Director of Marketing who leads TTA’s award-winning marketing team. Scott knows that TTA has an amazing story to tell, and he is excited to help tell it.

Prior to joining TTA, Scott had the role of Associate Director, Enrollment Marketing at Northeastern University. This included work with launching and growing partnerships with Major League Baseball, Google, and Year Up. Before that, Scott worked at both Taylor and Francis and Elsevier as a Senior Marketing Manager, where he was given an Outstanding Achievement Award for driving the business forward. Scott has also worked at Pearson, Emerson College (where he was awarded Most Creative employee), and Boston University.

Scott earned a BA in Psychology and an MBA with a concentration in marketing, both from the University of Minnesota. He also completed a professional program in screenwriting from UCLA.

Get to Know Scott!

What was your first job?

I was a camp counselor at an overnight camp in upstate Minnesota, where I taught tennis and sailing, and was responsible for a group of 7-year-old boys. I basically got paid to play for the summer.

If you were a super-hero, what powers would you have?

Being able to drink Starbucks mochas continuously, all day long, without becoming morbidly obese and unhealthy, and soon enough dying, that would be pretty awesome.

And be able to time travel, so I could check out what I was like as a 3-year old, see ancient times, visit the world a million years from now, and obviously get very rich with sports betting, lottery picking, and investing based on future knowledge. I’d probably blow up the universe messing with the laws of physics, so apologies in advance.

If you had a warning label, what would yours say?

Very dry sense of humor.

What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?

I don’t think I’d be successful, but I’d enjoy giving screenwriting a go. I’d be very happy sitting at Starbucks or in my comfy chair at home writing crappy screenplays.

What is your proudest accomplishment?

I once slept the entire flight from LA to Sydney (15 hours), from before the take-off to after the landing. That must be some sort of record, right?