W. Scott Wilson
Investment Advisor Representative
Scott worked as a food and beverage wholesaling Account Executive from 1986 through1996 and contributed to his 401K with every chance that he had. He found himself spending time at the local library researching investments and triggering a desire to transition to a career in financial services.
Scott started his financial services career in 1997 as a financial consultant with a major national firm. He served as an Investment Consultant for two online companies from 2000-2014 where his duties included serving clients, asset consolidation and marketing each company’s brand.
Through his experience in retail financial services, Scott saw a clear need for fiduciary advice in the industry and joined SC Capital Advisors in 2015. In addition to serving individual clients, Scott oversees the investment choices and provides participant and plan trustee education to many of the firm’s corporate defined contribution plans. He also manages the custodial data integration with the firm’s portfolio accounting and reporting platform.
He received his Bachelors of Business Administration degree in Management from Texas A&M University in 1985 and a Masters of Business Administration from The University of Redlands, California in 1992. Scott met Dana working as a high school football game official in 2011. He continues to enjoy his advocation to sports officiating.
Scott and his wife Michele, Coachella Valley residents since 1987, currently make their home in La Quinta. They have a daughter, Mylea, a dentist, currently in University of Southern California’s Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry’s Advanced Periodontology Residency.
Favorite Movies: The Shawshank Redemption, Titanic, Remember the Titans
Favorite Food: Cobb salad, hand packed ground beef burgers from my own grill, cauliflower crust pizza
Fun hobbies: swimming pool exercising, music festival bartending & studying World War II battles
Favorite Vacation Spot: any beach where the water is blue with great snorkeling spots
Greatest Advice: “If we couldn’t laugh we would all go insane.” -- Jimmy Buffet