Scott Clarkson earned his B.A. from Bluffton University, Bluffton, Ohio and his Masters in Education from the University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio. He has been studying the U. S. Presidents since he was twelve-years-old when his grandma first gave him a small booklet on the White House. Since then, he has met the last six in person and writes a syndicated column called, First Family, which is read by over 200,000 readers each week. He has been featured on numerous radio and TV shows. Scotts column on presidential oddities is even enjoyed weekly in the White House and he speaks to groups on how the presidents overcame failure to succeed. Scott loves the presidents so much that he named his two daughters after them, Reagan and Kennedy. Scott currently is a teacher in Columbus, Ohio. He has also helped to establish the S. Scott Clarkson Scholarship for Underprivileged Students and was chosen as one of the Most Outstanding Young Men of America.
Hail to the Chiefs: What I Learned from Six United States Presidents