Scott Dosick is the Deputy Director for the California Competes Tax Credit program within the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz). He joined the GO-Biz team in March of 2014 to help launch the new California Competes Tax Credit program designed to incentivize businesses to stay in California and create high-quality jobs. In June of 2020, he was appointed by Governor Newsom as Deputy Director. Scott was born on the East Coast but grew up in San Diego. After graduating from UCLA with a BA in Political Science in 1993, he moved to Washington DC. While earning his Masters in Public Administration from the George Washington University, he started his career working at the US Environmental Protection Agency. In 2000, he moved to Sacramento when Governor Davis appointed him as Deputy Chief of Recycling. From 2005 – 2013, he ran his own small business consulting firm and taught college courses at the University of Phoenix. In 2012, he was elected as a Board Member of the Natomas Unified School District in Sacramento. He was re-elected in 2016. Prior to his election, he served as President of the Westlake Association of Volunteer Explorers (WAVE), President of the North Natomas TMA (aka JIBE), a member of the NUSD Budget Advisory Committee, and Chair of the NUSD Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee. He has lived in North Natomas for over 20 years and is the proud dad of two teenage boys who were born and raised in Natomas.