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Scott Arthur


Board Member & Advancement Committee Chair

Vice Chancellor, Office of Advancement, CU Anschutz Medical Campus

Scott brings 21 years of experience as a fundraising leader at major medical institutions and nonprofits. Previously, Arthur was the vice president of constituent giving at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation in Columbus, Ohio, the fourth-largest children’s hospital in the United States, where he led a major-giving program that increased giving nearly 400 percent in two years.

Prior to that, Scott was a major gift officer for Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota, perennially ranked among the top three medical centers in the United States. He individually raised more than $11.2 million for the Mayo Clinic over 3 years.

At CU, Scott leads a team of 58 fundraisers and support staff, with an annual goal exceeding $200 million. Since his tenure at CU, the Anschutz team has worked with inspired benefactors to triple p philanthropy focusing on benefactor-centric, inquiry-driven, relationship-based, first-in-class practice. His expertise lies in how to create more with less, using office values and culture to produce fundraising results.

Scott received a Master’s degree in nonprofit management from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelor’s degree from Otterbein College.