He currently serves as Chairman of RtTech Software, an industrial app software company, in addition to serving on the boards of Invixium, a biometric security products company, and Serious Integrated, a human-machine interface company for industrial and commercial machines.
Scott previously served as Chairman of SynapSense (acquired by Panduit) and was a Director of Pure Technologies (TSX:PUR) and PPIC (acquired by Pure Technologies). From 2003 to 2007, MacDonald served as Chairman of RuggedCom (acquired by Siemens) and helped this smart grid company grow from start-up to its IPO. Prior to co-founding McRock Capital, Scott was a Partner with a Zurich-based venture capital firm and Managing Director in the venture capital subsidiary of Ontario Power Generation, a large North American electric utility.
Scott represented Canada at the 1989 and 1991 World Gymnastics Championships and was a voting member of the Canadian Olympic Committee for the quadrennial leading up to the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.