Scott Ollerman, RN, MSN/MHA
Chief Nursing Officer, TCID
Scott Ollerman was enlisted in the United States Army as a Licensed Vocational Nurse. While enlisted, Scott completed his Bachelors in Nursing at Bowie State University and accepted a commission in the United States Army. Scott served at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and William Beaumont Army Medical Center, in El Paso, Texas. While on active duty, Scott worked part-time in the metro-Baltimore and Washington, DC areas, mainly working in Emergency nursing. After being discharged from the Army, Scott moved to San Antonio and worked as a Pediatric Critical Care Transport Nurse; moved into Pediatric Emergency Nursing, and transitioned into leadership. Scott moved into the not-for-profit sector, working as the Medical Program Director for an agency with a contract with the Office Of Refugee Resettlement, prior to moving into his current position at the Texas Center for Infectious Disease, as the Chief Nurse Executive. Along his path, Scott completed two Masters Degrees, one in the Science of Nursing and one in Health Care Administration. Scott is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Nursing Practice in Leadership.