Scott Mosley was born and raised in Mission Viejo, California. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BA in Philosophy. In-between his first and second year of university he served a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Calgary, Canada. From a young age he has been interested in the concepts of fairness and justice and hopes to help the International Center for Law and Religion Studies in its mission to promote religious freedom around the world. He spent part of summer 2017 on an externship in Accra, Ghana as a student fellow for the Center. He worked as a member of the Transportation team of the Executive Committee for the 2017 International Law and Religion Symposium, and has returned as team Co-Chair for 2018. Scott loves to travel and hopes to visit every continent some day. Some of his hobbies include rock climbing, biking, dancing, and reading.