Scott Albin

    Scott Albin is a graduate student in the MSIS program through the Kelley School of Business. He graduated from undergrad at the Kelley School of Business with High Distinction in 2008. He concentrated in Computer Information Systems, Operations Management, and Business Process Management. As an undergrad he was a member of the Hutton Honors College, Mitte Business Honors Program, and the Kelley Consulting Workshop.

    Originally from Lanesville, Indiana, he graduated from Floyd Central High School with Honors and began his first internship two months before graduation. He spent the next two summers with CyberTek Engineering as an IT Consultant. The follow summer he interned locally in Bloomington with the HOPE Foundation, a non-profit consulting organization who mission is to improve public schools throughout the nation and overseas. He spent the summer before his senior year in Chicago interning for Huron Consulting Group, a financial and litigation-based consulting firm. This past summer he interned with Diamond Management Technology Consultants before returning to complete his Masters program. He will be returning to Diamond after graduation.

    In the past Scott has served as the Lead Teaching Assistant and Peer Tutor Coordinator for the X201 program. Through this program, and in his own free time, he has tutored hundreds of students in a variety of subjects ranging from business to mathematics. Scott also served as the first Vice President of Events for the Kelley Consulting Group and Coordinator of the Technology Career Fair for the CIS Club.

    Scott spent the spring of 2007 interning and studying abroad in Sydney, Australia. He worked for Pacific Road Corporate Finance, an investment bank, and studied a curriculum that looked at Australian history, government, politics, indigenous populations, and the dynamics of the Australasia region.

    In his free time Scott enjoys reading, current events, golf, travel, and is addicted to TV dramas such as 24 and Lost.

    Scott can be contacted by e-mail at