Scott Meuret The School of Human Environmental Sciences would like to extend a warm welcome to Scott Meuret as he joins the Department of Retailing and Tourism Management as a lecturer. 

Meuret attended Scottsdale Community College where he received his Associate of Applied Science in both Hotel Management and Restaurant Management. He then attended Ottawa University to receive his Bachelor of Arts in Business Management before finishing up at Northern Arizona University, where he received a Masters of Education in Educational Leadership. Meuret is licensed as a business & supervisory management instructor and a hospitality instructor. He has worked as a first course instructor and proctor with the National Restaurant Association.  

During Meuret’s 25 year career in the hospitality industry, he worked positions ranging from front desk to food and beverage manager. Meuret learned the hospitality industry from the inside out as he worked in restaurants, 4- and 5-star properties and in management for organizations such as Holiday Inn, Sheraton and Hilton. However, after working as a high school assistant principal, business teacher and department chair, Meuret found his true calling as an educator. Meuret has taught courses in hospitality law, introduction to hospitality, revenue management, managing services in the hospitality industry and hospitality sales and marketing. He brings his passion for teaching at every level. Meuret’s teaching accolades at the secondary and post-secondary level include five-time Wisconsin Technical College Star Faculty Award Nominee and Tempe Accelerated High School Outstanding Teacher Award.  

Outside of work, Meuret has enjoyed being active in the community serving as board president for the Walworth County Visitors Bureau, advisory board member for the Milwaukee Technical College Food Science & Technology Program and a member of the Milwaukee 7 Food and Beverage Network Careers Committee. In addition, Meuret has served as a hospitality consultant for the Racine Downtown Development Corporation and the Wisconsin Governors Conference on Tourism.

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