Chief Executive Officer
TouchPoint Support Services & Morrison Living
Scott MacLellan serves as Chief Executive Officer for TouchPoint Support Services & Morrison Living providing a variety of services to hospitals and senior living facilities across the country. Services that TouchPoint and Morrison provide include food and nutrition, environmental, linen distribution, valet parking, plant operations, meals on wheels, and patient transportation.
Morrison and TouchPoint have separately been named as one of the best places to work in healthcare. TouchPoint has also been featured in a case study written by the Harvard Business School.
An unwavering champion of the foodservice, environmental, and healthcare industries, Scott has spent his entire 35 year career in these fields. Previously, he was CEO of Morrison Management Specialists, leading the company to double in size in just seven years. Before that, he was Co-Founder, President, and CEO of Foodbuy, now the largest foodservice buying organization in the country. Along with his co-founder, he raised over $30 million in venture capital and debt financing – starting out as the sole employee. Within two years, the company had over 1,000 client locations, $5 billion in purchasing volume, and proprietary technology developed in house that remains cutting edge in the industry.
He has extensive experience in various operations, marketing, technology, sales, and procurement roles including president, general manager, vice president of sales, director of national accounts, director of marketing, and director of procurement with Alliant Food Service, as well as region manager and sales manager with Baxter Health Care Corporation. He began his initial career in 1983 with American Hospital Supply as an operations manager.
Scott received a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce from the University of Virginia. He has raised substantial funds for multiple non-profit organizations and is the author of three books, including “Amanda’s Gift,” a book dedicated to serving the parents of seriously ill children.
He is married and has two grown children and one grandchild. He and his wife reside in Bluffton, SC.