Craig H. Scott
Founder & CEO
Craig H. Scott is an insightful, entrepreneurial, idea-driven chief executive and board member with deep experience in pharmaceutical marketing services, medical device, and consumer products categories. He possesses a broad range of commercial healthcare experience on both the client and service sides, and in Fortune 100 and entrepreneurial start-up organizations. Craig is a dynamic leader in the business community, as well as in multiple areas of cause-driven community service.
Craig is the founder and CEO of CHS Ventures, a business development and strategic advisory firm offering services in areas ranging from executive team development; board leadership; strategic planning; new business ventures; marketing/sales planning and execution; turnarounds; and M&A due diligence in support of global PE and VC firms.
Craig previously served as President & Chief Executive Officer of TargetRx, Inc, and on its Board of Directors for four years until engineering the strategic sale of the company towards the end of 2011. Prior to joining TargetRx, he was president of the Catalina Health Resource division of Catalina Marketing Corporation from 2004 until the leveraged buyout of the company in November 2007. During his tenure, he dramatically increased revenues and profits, and led the transformation of Catalina Health Resource into the leading provider of direct-to-patient communication services in pharmacies nationwide.
Before joining Catalina, Craig was at Nelson Communications Worldwide for nine years, where he established several new healthcare marketing ventures, leading them from concept to implementation and commercial success. Prior to his work at Nelson Communications, Craig spent 13 years with Johnson & Johnson, where he held a variety of marketing and management positions. Most notably at J&J, Craig served as vice president of marketing, as well as a management board member for Vistakon, the J&J affiliate that launched ACUVUE®, the first disposable and best-selling contact lens in the world.
Craig is also very active in the community. Among his outside commitments, he currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Medical Missions for Children, the Board of Directors for Second Chance Toys, and the School Board at George School, where he is on the Development Advisory Committee, Strategic Planning Oversight Committee, and the Instruction and Student Life Committee.
Craig received his bachelor’s degree in semiotics from Brown University and his master of business administration. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was awarded the European Economic Community (EEC) Fellowship in Brussels, Belgium. He resides in Doylestown, PA, with his wife and two children.