About Scott Fischer

Scott Fischer has been the chief operating officer for Pointe-Vista Development, a master planned residential community development, since its inception in 2008. Pointe-Vista Development was recognized as the fastest growing company in Oklahoma City in the 2010 Metro 50 Awards Banquet by the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. As COO, Scott led the negotiation and creation of the largest Tax Increment Finance district in the history of Oklahoma and was a key stakeholder in the legislative passage of the Modification to the Oklahoma Tourism Development Act. Scott’s expertise has been recognized as state, country, and local levels.

Scott is also the CEO of Dippin’ Dots, LLC. Since the acquisition of Dippin’ Dots Dippin’ in 2012, Scott has led the company to record growth, including $300 million in retail sales, and through its international expansion in 12 countries outside of the United States. A successful financier and investment executive, Scott also led the Dippin’ Dots’ acquisition of Doc Popcorn, the largest franchised retailer of popcorn in the world. In addition to his retail and franchise experience, Scott is known for his ability to strategically grow organizations without sacrificing company culture. 

Scott has been featured in numerous media outlets, including FOX Business, Business Insider, USA Today, Entrepreneur, Franchise Times, Washington Post, MSNBC, and CNBC.

Scott earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Central Oklahoma, which is where he received the university’s first Young Distinguished Alumni Award.

Beyond the boardroom, Scott also actively participates in numerous philanthropic activities, which includes serving as the chair of the Legislative Committee for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma, as well as serving on the organization’s State Governing Board. Scott was awarded the 2015 Judge William R. Saied Founder’s Award by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma for his support to the agency. Scott was inducted into the class of 2014 Pink Tie Guys for Susan G. Komen of Central and Western Oklahoma, which is an organization that he continues to support, and he is an active supporter of the Oklahoma City Ballet along with other organizations associated with the arts.