Scott Fitzsimmons is a partner with the Consulting practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP working in the Vancouver office. He specializes in performance management and also provides services to Aboriginal clients and the not-for-profit sector.
Scott has successfully adapted and applied many of PwC’s methodologies to the not-for-profit sector and worked with NGOs and governments evaluating and streamlining publicly funded projects, and measuring the benefits.
Scott also provides merger integration services and organizational performance management services to corporate clients, including strategy development, execution, performance measurement and benefits tracking, and improving the effectiveness of technology and infrastructure systems.
Scott first joined PwC in 1996, left in 2002, and re-joined in 2004 after holding an executive position in supply chain management at a major technology products manufacturer. He holds an MBA from Simon Fraser University and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of British Columbia.
Scott is on the board of the Potluck Café Society and on the PwC Canada Foundation advisory board. He was named PwC Canada’s Volunteer of the Year for 2006.