department menu

Scott Corriveau

Scott Corriveau
Executive in Residence
Managing Director, RKC, LLC.
 

Scott Corriveau is a global Senior Executive and CEO who is known for building profitable businesses and companies across a wide range of sectors, from Consumer Products, Healthcare or Industrial B2B. His experience spans the full bandwidth of stages of growth: mature company, high growth, and start-ups. He is equally adept in International public companies, as a Senior Executive leading a $600 million dollar global business unit of a large-cap, and driving a private equity or venture capital backed business.

Scott began his career in consumer products with the Brown Forman Beverage Company progressively moving through several levels of senior sales management. He then was recruited to $6 billion revenues Cadbury Beverages, PLC where he quickly rose to Vice President Sales and Marketing for their beverage unit. He gained B2B / Industrial and Healthcare expertise where he was the companies Head of Global M and A, Chief Strategy and Global Marketing officer and most recently operating from Europe as President of a Global Industrial business unit with $1.7 billion Ansell Limited. He understands green field start-up leadership and raising needed capital from his success as CEO of Earthstone International LLC, a green technology start-up with patented technology for repurposing recycled materials.

As Managing Director of RKC, LLC, he advises Boards of Directors on strategies to accelerate a company’s revenue and operating income growth trajectory. He also serves as confidant and coach to CEO’s and their teams. Scott is also a Board Advisor and fund raiser for a Boys & Girls Orphanage.

Scott completed his MBA at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing from California State University in Fullerton, CA. He has also completed Dartmouth’s Executive Leadership Program.

Contact Scott at scorriveau@csusm.edu

Scott's LinkedIn

Back to EIR Directory