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|Cheryl Scott, City Of Glendale Workers’ Compensation Administrator, To Retire At End Of March 2020. She plans to work part-time and be in the audience at the Hollywood Bowl. |
By Lonce Lamonte - February 26, 2020
Cheryl Scott, the Workers’ Compensation Administrator at the City of Glendale, is retiring coming up on March 26th 2020.
She has managed the in-house workers’ comp program, and has overseen the handling of the Police and Fire Departments' claims plus some future medical claims at Glendale’s hands-on third-party-administrator. She has been at the City of Glendale for over 13 years.
Cheryl began at the County of Los Angeles when they had an in-house claims program in 1978. She started as a clerk typist and got promoted up to claims adjuster. She moved to Bierly & Associates, a TPA in Pasadena, in 1987 and then to California Indemnity in Burbank in 1993. She returned to Bierly & Associates which transitioned into Hertz Claims Management and then Cambridge Integrated Services Group. She went back to the County of Los Angeles for another five years and then ended up at the City of Glendale starting in 2007.
Cheryl Scott was born in San Francisco and raised in Southern California. She grew up in South Central L.A. and graduated from Washington High School.
She went to school at night while working at the County of Los Angeles. She got her AA degree from Harbor College. She then went on to earn her BS degree from Cal State Dominguez and a Masters from Woodbury University in Organizational Leadership.
She has two adult offspring which are two daughters, and also two grandsons.
Cheryl plans to work part-time after her retirement and perhaps do some temporary assignments. She plans to write and also to travel.
She loves travelling along with attending concerts and theatrical plays. Thus, she intends to spend time at the Hollywood Bowl, the Pantages Theater, and the Los Angeles Music Center.
She’s an avid reader and a listener to audio books. She’s a member of two book clubs. Her real dream part-time retirement job is to be a lobbyist for workers’ compensation reform.
Cheryl Scott’s motto in life: Never stop learning and, yes, you can teach an old dog new tricks!
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