Scott Fulton is a longevity authority and healthy aging advocate. A researcher, innovator, entrepreneur and pragmatic engineer, Scott is recognized for outside-the-box, direct approaches to solve big challenges. He brings an uncommon systems mindset to public health and aging and believes most of us could easily add ten healthy years to life, just by pausing, switching off the noise of life and internalizing the “healthspan” opportunity within our reach today. Scott is the Founder and President of Home Ideations, an education and consulting company focused on commercial and consumer healthspan solutions. He also is Chair the National Aging in Place Council, teaches at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware; and is an active member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, National Health Association and True Health Initiative council. Scott’s multinational corporate experience helps prominent physicians and wealth management companies lean into major, unaddressed consumer market shifts to innovate and differentiate, beyond the conventional tools and thinking that limit their reach and impact. Scott is the Founder of the Longevity Advantage™ and Whealthspan™ health education platforms. An engineering technology graduate of St. Lawrence College, he has served in a uniquely broad range of roles, from researcher to plant manager for major chemical company to expert witness.