Scott R. Schulick is Vice-President-Investments for Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., Inc., Canfield, OH.  In 1994, he began his career as a financial advisor with Butler Wick & Co., Inc., Youngstown, OH (acquired by Stifel Nicolaus in 2008).  Before joining Stifel Nicolaus in February 2012, Scott served as Vice President, Sr. Trust Investment Officer & Treasurer for Farmers Trust Company (formerly Butler Wick Trust Company, acquired by Farmers in 2009), overseeing the management of $1.2 billion assets under management, including serving as portfolio manager for charitable accounts valued at over $100 million.  Scott earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration majoring in Accounting in 1994, and a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Finance in 1996, both from Youngstown State University. He is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF).
Scott has been active in numerous civic boards and committees throughout his career.  He served as President of the Rotary Club of Youngstown, in 2003-04 and 2013-14, where he has 20 years of perfect attendance.  He is also a multiple Paul Harris Fellow, Major Donor and Benefactor of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.  He also chairs the board of directors of Ursuline High School, and serves as a trustee for the Eastern Ohio Education Partnership, Mahoning Valley Historical Society and B.F. Wirt Museum Fund, Youngstown Cityscape, Community Corrections Association, Akron Children’s Hospital Community Leadership Council, Ursuline Ministries and Lake Erie College.  He has been a part-time finance faculty member of the Lariccia School of Accounting and Finance at the Youngstown State University Williamson College of Business Administration since 1998, and has also served as an adjunct professor of finance at Walsh University in North Canton.
Governor Bob Taft appointed Scott a member of the Youngstown State University Board of Trustees from 2004-13, where he served as Chairman of the Board from 2008-11.  During his tenure, he chaired the Presidential Search Advisory Committee, and the Investment, Audit, Finance & Facilities, and University Affairs Committees.   He is Past President of the YSU Penguin Club, and is a past board member of the YSU Foundation, and served on its investment committee from 2007-11, which oversaw a portfolio of over $200 million.  He also is a former trustee of the YSU Research Foundation and YSU Alumni Society.  The YSU Williamson College of Business Administration honored him as one of the first recipients of the Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1997. At YSU, he has been inducted as an honorary or distinguished alumnus member of YSU’s Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, and the Golden Key National Honor Society.
Past activities include serving as Chairperson of the Investment Committee of the Community Foundation of Mahoning Valley from its inception in 2000 through 2011, where he led the effort to develop the foundation’s investment policy statement.  He is a graduate of Leadership Mahoning Valley, Class of 2000, and received the Community Leadership Association Distinguished Leadership Award in 2008.  In 2005, Scott was recognized as one of the five MVP’s of the inaugural “40 Under 40 Awards” sponsored by the Community Foundation of Mahoning Valley and the Mahoning Valley Professional 20/30 Club.  Ursuline High School recognized Scott with its Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2011. The Better Business Bureau presented Scott with the Torch Award for Civic Leadership in 2015.  He is also past chairperson of the board of directors of Wick Neighbors, Inc., a community development corporation, a former member of the Mill Creek MetroParks Board of Commissioners, Board of Directors for Mercy Health-Youngstown, and the Board of Trustees of The Community Corporation/Youngstown Mahoning Valley United Way.