Scott Bush

Chief Client Officer, Geller Advisors

Scott serves as the Chief Client Officer at Geller. With over 30 years of experience in financial services and leadership, Scott leads all client teams, business development, and how the firm delivers the highest quality client experience consistently and for all clients.

Prior to joining Geller, Scott spent seven years at JPMorgan Asset Management as a Managing Director and Market Leader, leading teams for the Private Bank in the Midwest and Florida. Before joining JPMorgan, Scott worked as founder and partner of the hard asset private equity firm WhiteHawk Capital, a Hunt Company. Previous to Hunt, Scott spent eight years at Maritz Inc. as the Chief Executive Officer of the Maritz Performance Improvement Company, Chief Marketing Officer and Corporate Senior Vice President & Chief Sales Officer. Previous to Maritz, Scott served as the CEO of Trans World Express and Head of Global Sales at Trans World Airlines. 

Earlier in his career, Scott served as Director of Investment Missions for Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC). While at OPIC, Scott directed international consulting engagements in 18 developing nations in Southeast Asia, Europe, South & Central America, and Northern Africa. He also served as Director of Placement in The Office of Presidential Personnel, The White House. 

Scott is the Founder of the Aspen Young Leaders Fellowship (AYLF), a principle-based leadership fellowship designed to incubate future community and civic leaders in targeted cities and communities around the world. The fellowship was built on the core precepts of The Aspen Institute where Scott serves as a Henry Crown Fellow, and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network. AYLF currently operates in St. Louis, Chicago, the Mississippi Delta, and will launch in 2022 in Miami. Scott also serves on multiple for-profit and non-profit boards. 

Scott graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University and earned a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He continues to teach leadership at Yale University as an adjunct professor and as visiting professor at other institutions. He lives with his family on Jupiter Island, Hobe Sound Florida.