125 College Drive
Casper, WY 82601
B.A., Flagler College
M.B.A., University of Wyoming
Scott Nolan joined the Casper College School of Business and Industry in August of 2008 as a business instructor and department chair for business. Scott came to Casper from Tampa, Florida where he served as the Division Manager for the Advisor Select Division of Raymond James Financial. Scott managed twenty stock brokerage office locations in thirteen states with over one billion dollars in assets under management. Scott held several stock brokerage licenses including the Series 7: General Securities Representative, Series 9/10: NYSE Branch Supervision and Series 63: State Regulations licenses. Scott has also been a small business owner, a class “A” PGA Professional, and the Senior Financial Analyst for the Wyoming Medical Center in Casper, Wyoming.
He earned his BA degree from Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida where he studied business administration, finance, and economics. Scott began his graduate work at the John H. Sykes School of Business at the University of Tampa where he studied finance and macroeconomics. He went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming. Scott is also a graduate of “Leadership Wyoming” which is a joint effort between the Wyoming Heritage Foundation and the University of Wyoming. He instructs classes for the School of Business and Industry that include Personal Finance, Leadership, Business Ethics, Principles of Management, and Leading Organizational Change.
Scott has received several teaching awards in his time at Casper College including the student nominated TLC (Terrific Learning Coach) Award, the Rosenthal Outstanding Educator Award, and the NISOD (National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development) Teaching Excellence Award. He also serves on the University of Wyoming College of Business Advisory Board.
While Scott is originally from Twin Lakes, Wisconsin and is a Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers fan, he also has Wyoming roots. He learned to love the outdoors of Wyoming growing up in the Big Horn Basin. Scott coaches youth football and basketball programs in Casper in his spare time. When not on the field or the court, he can be found hunting, hiking, snowshoeing, or fishing in the great outdoors of Wyoming.