Scott Trudo

Project Director


  • M.Ed. Instructional Design, Plymouth State University, 2013
  • B.S. Management, Franklin Pierce University, 1993
  • A.S. Business Administration, Nashua Community College, 1980

Professional Background

Scott joined the IOD in June 2010 as a Project Director for DirectConnect, a 3-year workforce development grant designed to improve recruitment, training and retention of direct support/care workers in NH. Since then he has worked on a variety of other projects aimed at improving New Hampshire’s service delivery system for individuals with disabilities. Prior to joining the IOD, Scott worked at the Moore Center, a NH Area Agency, where he held various positions including Direct Support Professional (DSP), Case Manager, Training Coordinator and Director of Workforce Development. Prior to 2001, Scott held training and professional development positions in technology companies including HP, Dell and Digital Equipment Corp.



Living Well NH Quality Framework is a five-year, $2.2M grant, funded by the Administration for Community Living (ACL) to develop and implement the New Hampshire Quality framework – a comprehensive and coordinated approach to increase and improve the quality of home- and community-based services for individuals who experience disabilities.

Scott Trudo
UNH Institute on Disability
57 Regional Drive
Unit 8
Concord, NH 03301