Isaac Scott, Principal
Isaac Scott is a founding Principal and CEO of Anthem Memory Care. As CEO, Isaac is responsible for setting the strategic direction for Anthem’s communities while directing the company’s day-to-day internal and external growth. He firmly believes that Anthem’s mission to Protect, Engage & Love extends to Anthem’s employees, which drives the continual push for initiatives supporting our employees’ growth – both professional and personal.
SHARING A FAMILY JOURNEY WITH ALZHEIMER'S
“My introduction to Alzheimer’s was witnessing the sudden change with my grandmother. As I’m sure many of you can relate to, it was as if a light switch had flipped off. It threw our family into a tailspin. My grandmother needed more care than we could provide, but we didn’t know what exactly to do or where to turn. We moved my grandmother three or four times during the first five years of her diagnosis. It was difficult to find a place that was clean, provided necessary safety and care, and had a social/engagement program to help breath some life back into her. We ultimately found a small, family-run home, ‘Cornelia’s Home’, which provided an engaging, activity-filled environment based on a foundation of love and care. It was full of dignity and respect for those living with memory loss. Everyone with memory loss should have such a place. ‘Cornelia’s Home’ is a model for what Anthem Memory Care is today – a place to Protect, Engage & Love.”
A BUSINESS LEADER AND PROBLEM SOLVER
Prior to his role as CEO, Isaac led the Development team at Anthem, offering a unique understanding and proclivity for the maintenance of Anthem’s physical assets. Earlier in his career, Isaac held management positions at Time Warner, Adidas America and Nike.
Isaac Scott has a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Oregon and a Master’s Certificate in Real Estate Development from Portland State University. He is a founding board member of the Portland Alternative Investment Association.