Scott McClellan was Regulatory Affairs Director with the Canadian DMA and later ADMA from 1993 to 2001. He was deeply involved in the policy debate leading to private sector privacy legislation both countries.
He launched a consulting practice in privacy, self-regulation and association management in 2002. Since then he has worked with a variety of not-for-profit organisations such as the Insurance Council of Australia, the Australian Association of National Advertisers, Fundraising Institute Australia, the Medical Technology Association of Australia, and Clubs New South Wales.
His work on privacy codes for the Biometrics Institute and the Association for Market and Social Research Organisations garnered awards from the Australian Privacy Commissioner.
A former journalist and advisor to two Canadian Federal Cabinet Ministers, Scott holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from his native Canada and a Masters in Legal Studies from the University of New South Wales. He is married with two children.