Vice President and
Years of Prosecution, Critical Incident Response, Policy, and Teaching Experience
Departments & Agencies
Why I work at SummitET
At SummitET, we believe that preparedness is not an accident®. I was drawn to SummitET because it gives me the opportunity to work with government agencies and private sector clients to help them develop a system of preparedness for all threats and hazards.
What do you perceive is the greatest challenge facing America today regarding your subject matter expertise?
Ensuring that preparedness planning as well as prevention, protection, and response operations for the threats and hazards that pose the greatest risks are cohesively integrated across all levels of government.
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
B.A. Government and Politics, 1978
- Admitted to practice law in Washington, D.C. and New York
- Association of Corporate Counsel: In-House Certified Counsel
- Completed FEMA’s Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) training
- Completed the Public Health Foundation’s Law and Epidemic Emergency Preparedness (LEEP) Training and its Public Health Emergency Law (PHEL) Training
- Completed DHS’ Chemical-Terrorism Vulnerability Information (CVI) Authorized User Training
U.S. Department of Justice
- Attorney General’s John Marshall Award
- Assistant Attorney General’s National Security Mission Award
- Assistant Attorney General’s Special Initiative Award
- Assistant Attorney General’s Award for Exellence
- Special Commendation for Support to the Civil Division
Director of National Intelligence
- U.S. Intelligence Community Award for Legal Team of the Year
Scott Glick is the General Counsel of SummitET. He also provides clients with multidisciplinary, multiagency operational preparedness and response planning solutions to the threats and hazards of greatest concern.
Scott brings more than four decades of experience in prosecution, critical incident response, intelligence, national policy, and national-level exercises to SummitET. He previously served as the Director of Preparedness and Response and Senior Counsel at the Department of Justice (DOJ) in the National Security Division, where he led DOJ’s national preparedness policy and planning efforts. During that time, he represented DOJ at interagency policy committee (IPC) and sub-IPC meetings chaired by the President’s National Security Staff that focused on counterterrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and other threats and hazards. He also served as Deputy Counsel in DOJ’s Office of Intelligence Policy and Review, where he advised the Attorney General and DOJ’s other top officials on the legal and policy issues that arose during national security intelligence-related investigations and prosecutions, and supervised litigation in the federal courts relating to the use and protection of classified information obtained pursuant to sophisticated intelligence techniques. Scott’s litigation experience also includes prosecuting international terrorism cases for DOJ and prosecuting organized crime cases as an Assistant District Attorney in New York.
During the course of his career, Scott has collaborated with numerous federal departments and agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Energy, the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Department of State, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the National Counterterrorism Center, and agencies in the U.S. Intelligence Community and numerous parts of the Department of Defense. Scott’s experience enables him to provide clients with strategic services that ensures the cohesive and seamless integration of crisis management, consequence management, and intelligence response operations across all levels of government.
Scott has taught at the law school and graduate school levels, has published numerous articles, including on preparatory consequence management, weapons of mass destruction, foreign intelligence surveillance and cybersecurity, and he has received numerous awards from the Department of Justice and the Director of National Intelligence.