Chief Executive Officer
Elizabeth W. Scott champions cross-industry content aggregation and builds data collaborations that accelerate digital advancement for the arts and cultural sector broadly. She is currently leading the launch of nRapt, an early stage content aggregation and streaming platform for the performing arts.
At Dunch Arts, Elizabeth has advised arts and cultural organizations, technology platforms and the funding community on digital and media innovation. She works with clients to integrate digital priorities across their organizations and achieve strong audience engagement through digital media.
From 2011 to 2014, she was Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts’ Chief Media & Digital Officer, where she oversaw all media production and architected digital priorities, strategy and solutions across the organization. She held executive oversight of Lincoln Center’s flagship series, Live From Lincoln Center, for which she earned a 2015 Emmy award.
Previously, she served Major League Baseball as a senior media executive, where she ran the business of MLB Productions and its award-winning broadcast and home entertainment programming portfolios. With oversight of MLB’s vast historical footage archive, she played a lead role in pioneering media asset management strategies and solutions still used across the industry. She was an Executive Producer for MLB on Sony Pictures’ Oscar®-nominated major motion picture, Moneyball—a project that aptly augured her passion for mining actionable insights from undervalued digital data in the cultural sector today.
Elizabeth is a noted thought leader on media and technology’s impact on the arts and culture sector, and is a featured speaker at universities and conferences globally. Before joining MLB, she practiced IP and entertainment law, after clerking on the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
Elizabeth enjoys freelancing as a conductor with opera companies, festivals and choruses across the Northeast.