Scott Patterson has over 34 years of experience working in insurance industrial safety in a variety of field consultant, management, and executive leadership positions. He has designed and developed a wide range of highly successful training programs for participants from Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Malaysia, the U.K, and the U.S. Scott holds a B.A. in Biology from Barrington College, RI and an MSc in Training & HRM from the University of Leicester, England. Scott is a former guest lecturer on safety at the Harvard School of Public Health and a former adjunct staff member of the Safety Studies Department of Keene State College. Scott participated in ABR’s 2012 excavation season at Khirbet el-Maqatir, Israel, and at Tall el-Hammam, Jordan with Trinity Southwest University (TSU) in 2014. He designed and taught a semester adult Sunday school class, "Biblical Archaeology 101". Scott delivered his paper "Archaeological Safety Considerations on Construction Sites" at SAFE 2013, the 5th International Conference on Safety & Security Engineering, in Rome, Italy in September, 2013. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Archaeology & Biblical History at TSU in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A certified scuba diver, he has explored numerous shipwrecks in the U.S., Bermuda, the Bahamas, and Curacao. Scott currently resides near Keene, New Hampshire on a colonial-era farmstead, with Keri, his wife and serves as an Elder at Grace Evangelical Free Church. He has been an ABR Associate since August 2012.