Pat Scott, a 1967 alumnus, served as president and CEO of Fisher Broadcasting, Inc. from 1992 until his retirement in 2001.

His broadcasting career spans 31 years with Fisher Broadcasting, where he has held positions as floor director, producer/director, production manager, vice president and station manager, executive vice president of broadcast operations and general manager, and eventually president and CEO.

At that time, Fisher Broadcasting owned and operated KOMO 4 Television, Seattle; KATU Television, Channel 2 in Portland; Fisher Television Region Group, comprised of 11 television stations in California, Georgia, Idaho, Oregon and Washington; Fisher Radio Seattle- KOMO AM 1000, KVI AM 570 and STAR 101.5; Fisher Radio Portland, Fisher Radio Regional Group, consisting of 18 stations operating in Montana and Washington; Fisher Communications and Fisher Entertainment.

Scott has been recognized as Broadcaster of the Year from Washington State Association of Broadcasters and has received the WSU President’€™s Outstanding Service Award for his advocacy and service to WSU and the WSU Foundation.