E. Scot Davis

“I believe I have been given the gift to create a vision of success, to communicate it with passion, and help others along the way to develop personal growth in their lives.”

CEO, Arkansas Urology

B.A., M.P.A., Memphis State University; M.B.A., Christian Brothers University

Memphis, Tennessee; moved to Arkansas in 1999

Vodka Martini (up, shaken, very cold, with three olives)

E. Scot Davis is a third-generation Sicilian; his great-great-grandparents emigrated from Terrasini, Sicily, in 1912 to the United States. Davis is passionate about life and is driven to make a difference in the lives of others — both personally and professionally.

E. Scot Davis

“I believe I have been given the gift to create a vision of success, to communicate it with passion, and help others along the way to develop personal growth in their lives.”

CEO, Arkansas Urology

B.A., M.P.A., Memphis State University; M.B.A., Christian Brothers University

Memphis, Tennessee; moved to Arkansas in 1999

Vodka Martini (up, shaken, very cold, with three olives)

E. Scot Davis is a third-generation Sicilian; his great-great-grandparents emigrated from Terrasini, Sicily, in 1912 to the United States. Davis is passionate about life and is driven to make a difference in the lives of others — both personally and professionally.

FIRST TASTE OF SUCCESS:

When I moved to Jonesboro to become a chief financial officer of a prestigious multi-specialty physician practice. I learned so much in my 13 years there, lessons that I carry with me today.

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN MEN:

Kindness, integrity, a sense of humor and honesty.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

My commitment to philanthropy and giving back to the community. I have been blessed beyond measure — returning those blessings is a joy.

SURPRISING FACT:

I learned how to juggle during the pandemic.

ADVICE TO OTHERS:

Swim like a whale, swallowing everything, and what remains will feed your soul. Always keep learning, growing, expanding your horizons — you never know what is just around the corner.

FIRST TASTE OF SUCCESS:

When I moved to Jonesboro to become a chief financial officer of a prestigious multi-specialty physician practice. I learned so much in my 13 years there, lessons that I carry with me today.

MOST ADMIRABLE QUALITY IN MEN:

Kindness, integrity, a sense of humor and honesty.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

My commitment to philanthropy and giving back to the community. I have been blessed beyond measure — returning those blessings is a joy.

SURPRISING FACT:

I learned how to juggle during the pandemic.

ADVICE TO OTHERS:

Swim like a whale, swallowing everything, and what remains will feed your soul. Always keep learning, growing, expanding your horizons — you never know what is just around the corner.

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