Scott Asher is a co-founder and CTO of NoHo Medical, a digital healthcare company focused on living with chronic illness, specifically COPD.
In his prior life, Scott was a member of the quantitative investment community. Most recently he was CTO of the PDT Mosaic Funds and Head of Data for the PDT Partners group. His work has centered around building fault tolerant, scalable, operationally managable automated systems.
Scott graduated from Harvard College in 2002 with a B.A. and M.S. in Computer Science, and received his M.B.A. from Columbia Business School in 2009. Scott attended CBS as a recipient of the prestigious Feldberg fellowship.
Scott's interests are music, specifically opera - which he briefly pursued as a young singer - technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. He is involved with several local and national organizations including the Frick Museum, the Metropolitan Opera, Children for Children, and the Metropolitan Museum. He is a frontstage member of the Blue Hill Troupe (BHT) and has performed in recent BHT productions including starring as Guiseppe in The Gondoliers.