Scott’s career spans television & newspaper newsrooms in Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle, and Anchorage. In addition to his specialty – creating emotionally impactful video content on deadline – Scott has more than a decade of experience successfully managing the creative, editorial, production, and personnel elements of television news departments including KTUU-TV in Anchorage and KING-TV in Seattle.
His storytelling accomplishments include two National Press Photographers Association Ernie Crisp Photographer of the Year awards & two National Edward R. Murrow awards. He has earned two dozen regional Emmys for producing coverage of breaking news, features, and non-narrated stories.
Carolyn’s media career began at the Boston Red Sox before she transitioned from sports to TV news in Anchorage and Seattle. She recently worked as the Communications Director for the Municipality of Anchorage and as Communications Manager in the Office of the Governor. Previously, she led the Municipality of Anchorage’s Vote by Mail public relations campaign, which at the time turned out the most voters in local election history.
Carolyn earned her master’s degree in public administration from the University of Alaska-Anchorage in 2021. Her accomplishments include a James Beard Award, Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Award, being named a finalist for the NPPA Ernie Crisp award, and the Alaska District-Church of the Nazarene Distinguished Service Award.