University of Colorado, Boulder, B.S.
Scot Sherick leads the Allēus team of experienced operations, analysis, subrogation, and reporting professionals in the development and execution of effective, efficient, and compliant process development, data management, data analytics, written and telephonic outreach, and reporting best-practices to support the several Allēus service offerings. Under his leadership, Allēus successfully obtained HITRUST CSF Certification.
Scot brings more than 25 years of experience in program leadership, project management, operations, and process improvement to his role at Allēus. He has an established track record of delivering both efficiency and productivity, with a particular expertise in combining skills and deliverables from disparate verticals into a cohesive program strategy and execution.
Among other relevant experience, Scot recently leveraged his degree in architecture from the University of Colorado at Boulder, his background in manufacturing, and his operations capabilities to assist with Hurricanes Irma and Maria recovery efforts in the U.S. Virgin Islands. In this role, Scot designed, implemented, and manages a proprietary supply chain and inventory management system for the Emergency Home Repairs program. Scot’s system tracks material from the time it’s ordered to the time it’s consumed for six subcontractors. He also oversees the inventory specialists, generates reports to help the program track material, and develops mathematical simulation modeling to forecast future inventory levels.
In addition, Scot designed, implemented, and managed a field reporting and communications tool for the Build It Back program, New York City’s Hurricane Sandy recovery initiative. The tool allows 150 users to communicate real-time field conditions for 1,500 construction projects. He also designed and ran a quality assurance and quality control program and ensured that the program complied with federal regulations.
Scot further was director of business processes and reporting for the Deepwater Horizon Economic & Property Damages Settlement. In that position, he defined, measured, analyzed, implemented, and controlled processes throughout the $400 million, 1,300-person organization. He served as the operational lead on both the policy and change management boards. Scot designed and implemented complex operational responses to policy decisions on behalf of the administration.