Scott InghamMike StewartAnn BarreDoug Riggs
Scott Ingham, President
Scott Ingham brings nearly 25 years of political and corporate communications
consulting experience to EBG clients. He is an expert in designing strategies to
enhance client reputations among target audiences. Scott is a skilled communicator
with a demonstrated ability to help clients solve difficult business, political and public
He has created and implemented successful national and international communication
and marketing campaigns for clients including Alaska Airlines, Northwest Airlines,
NWA Cargo, AT&T, T-Mobile USA, AT&T Wireless, Homeland Towers, Cingular,
Sprint PCS, American Seafoods Company, PTS, and Cook Inlet Region, Inc.
Scott recently built and directed a coalition of regional business and community
leaders to block expansion of new commercial air service at Seattle’s Boeing Field
that would have undermined decades of broad-based regional planning.
He directed a successful nationwide coalition of U.S. governors and Fortune 500
companies advocating reform of federal drug patent law to enable timely market
access for affordable generic prescription drugs. Business for Affordable Medicine
(BAM) brought effective pressure on lawmakers and the Bush administration to
eliminate barriers that blocked drug patent reform legislation for nearly a decade.
Today Scott provides strategic counsel and public affairs expertise to the wireless
telecommunications industry to hasten deployment of wireless facilities in communities
across the United States.
From 1984 until 1994, Scott was a senior staff member to former Oklahoma
Governor George Nigh and was chief of staff to former Congressman Glenn English
in Washington, D.C. He lives in Seattle with his wife and three children.