Adjunct Faculty

Chaya Scott 

Chaya Scott has more than two decades of experience as an executive leader in the nonprofit sector, including establishing and growing two nonprofit organizations. Beginning in 2001, she launched Chaya Scott Consulting, LLC to inspire mission-based and for-profit businesses to build more sustainable organizations that anchor thriving communities.  Currently, Ms. Scott is an Associate Director at the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF), a national community development financial institution working toward a more equitable, responsive, and valued social sector. NFF provides financial resources and consulting to help nonprofits and their funders better connect money to mission results by partnering with nonprofit leaders at an inflection point in their organizational journey. “By serving as a thought-partner, offering advice, insight, and strategic recommendations we help people capitalize on their unique strengths and future aspirations. Making connections both interpersonally and mentally is the key to sustainable organizational development, capacity building, and leadership.”  

Ms. Scott holds a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Immaculata University, a B.A. in Public Relations from Temple University, and a host of leadership development certificates.  In 2016, she joined the MPA program at WCU as an Adjunct Professor, instructing students in the foundations of nonprofit management, grant writing, and fundraising courses.  

A proud mother of two amazing children, Chaya is a lifelong Chester County resident and a faithful servant in her community. 

William Webb  

A lifelong resident of Chester County, William Webb has dedicated his life to serving the public, having held several elected positions, including township supervisor and auditor while providing over 20 years of service in the public sector in Chester and Montgomery County. He currently serves as the Assistant Director of Planning and Zoning and Zoning officer for West Goshen Township, and is a licensed statewide construction inspector.  

Mr. Webb obtained his B.A. in Political Science from West Chester University in 2001 and returned to Ram Nation to obtain his MPA in 2019, (becoming a member of Pi Alpha Alpha in 2018).  Beyond his avocational ambitions as a municipal manager, William has a passion for government and specializes in ethics, and enrolled in the Masters in Public Administration as a means to share his experience and philosophy as a teacher. “Ethics is the touchstone of good governance because trust is hard earned and quickly lost. Understanding not just the correct way of doing things, but the right thing to do is what separates a middle manager from a true servant of the public.” He began his teaching at West Chester during the Spring of 2020, naturally with the class “Ethics and Communication for Public Administrators”.  

William loves to travel and learn about the culture and the people of the places he visits. An avid Philly sports fan who loves the Eagles, Flyers and the Phillies and enjoys spending his free time on the golf course. He and his husband Nick reside near West Chester with their three miniature Australian Shepherds, Ghost, Harper and Rocky.  

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