Scott T. Crump Jr.
MBA & MSBAPM Class of 2018
Hometown: Augusta, GA
Bio: Upon graduating from my undergraduate studies in 2012, I enlisted in the U.S. Army in hopes of gaining valuable experiences to build my career on. I have spent the past 4 years as a logistics manager focusing on transportation missions using various modes including railroad, air, and trucking. My training and experiences have geographically stretched all over the U.S.A. and to the Middle East including Kuwait and Iraq.
My three core values that I live my life by are: positive attitude, strong work ethic, and a desire to learn. My goal is to be an influential leader in an organization and create value in all that I do. I will take the initiative and face every task with a value creation mentality. I will always have integrity and see every day as a lesson I can learn from.
The science of what motivates me in my career: autonomy, mastery, and purpose.
Concentration: Business Analytics with a focus on Project Management
Career Focus: Business Analytics and Project Management
- U.S. Army:
- Army Commendation Medal (2)
- Army Achievement Medal (2)
- Army Superior Unit Award
- Army Good Conduct Medal
- National Defense Service Medal
- Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
- Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
- Overseas Service Ribbon
- Non-commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon
- Army Certificate of Achievement (5)
- Demonstrated Logistician
U.S. Army; Georgia Southern University
- Colorado Technical University Master of Business Administration; Concentration: Logistics Management
- Georgia Southern University Bachelors of Business Administration; Double Major in Information Systems and Marketing
- The International Society of Logistics
- Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity
- UConn Graduate Consulting Club
Other Interest: Reading, Traveling, Sports, Food/Wine Tasting, Craft Beers, Public Speaking, Consulting, and Professional Networking.
I encourage everyone to read the poem titled “Attitude” by Charles Swindoll.
“…I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. And so it is with you… we are in charge of our attitudes.”