Scott GILLAM is a seasoned expert in technology and design consultancy, catering to a diverse range of sectors including the cultural realm, corporations, interdisciplinary teams, non-profit organizations, and private enterprises. His specialization lies in emerging technologies, making him a prominent figure in the field. Presently, he holds the pivotal role of leading design and digital experiences, software development, and related outcomes at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR). This encompasses a comprehensive array of domains such as websites, enterprise content management, mobile software, applications, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and in-gallery installations. 

In his capacity as a pivotal contributor, Scott adeptly manages the day-to-day operations of technology and design projects for the Canadian Museum of Human Rights. He conceives new initiatives, orchestrates diverse project teams, crafts business cases and project plans, and extends project management services, training, and support to CMHR’s personnel, contractors, vendors, and partners. Functioning as a subject matter authority, he liaises with various departments, offering invaluable consultations and devising forward-thinking, inclusive solutions for master experience planning.