Samuel J. Scott is the publisher and editor of BTVS Online. He is a former Boston journalist and newspaper editor who is currently living in Jerusalem, Israel. He is finishing his International M.B.A. while offering SEO-consultant services and working as Manager of Digital Marketing and Communications for The Cline Group. Scott’s LinkedIn page is here. He owns the journalism website Considerations, the online-marketing website My SEO Software, and other forthcoming sites as well.
In Boston, Scott was Editor-in-Chief and Executive Director of Spare Change News, an alternative newspaper and non-profit organization. Prior to working at SCN, he wrote for Massachusetts newspapers including The Boston Globe, The Patriot Ledger, The Boston Courant, and The Beacon Hill Times, as well as TNT magazine in London. Prior to working in journalism, Scott was a Staff Assistant at the Beacon Hill Institute, an economic think-tank at Suffolk University.
Scott has a B.S. in journalism from Boston University. He is studying in the International M.B.A. program at Bar-Ilan University after pursuing prior studies in the Executive M.B.A. program at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. Scott has lived, traveled, or studied in Britain, Canada, Egypt, India, and Israel, as well as in various parts of the United States. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and raised in Belleville, Illinois, before moving to Boston, Massachusetts.
For anything pertaining to this website, Scott can be contacted at sjscworldwide (at) gmail.com (without the spaces). His opinions on this or any website are his own and not necessarily reflective of any employer, client, or university. Scott’s mother tongue is English, and he is proficient in Hebrew and French as well.
Scott first saw the Season 3 “Buffy” episode “Gingerbread” during his freshman year at Boston University in 1999, and he never looked back. This is a fan website and is not affiliated with any companies involved in the production of anything having to do with “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” in any way.