A native of New Zealand, Deborah Scott is a co-founder of Park House, a private members social club located in Highland Park Village, Dallas, TX. She is active in the Club’s marketing, art programming, membership and design elements. She brings extensive marketing, public relations, and branding experience to the Park House team, having held hospitality marketing positions in Asia, brand management and event director roles at Walt Disney World, and vice president of the consumer public relations at Weber Shandwick. Deborah and her husband John have lived internationally, most recently in London where they were members of several private, social members clubs which informed the vision for Park House, including Soho House, 5 Hertford, The Arts Club and House of Barnabas. Deborah is involved with and supports charities in Dallas, Aspen and London including Teen Suicide Causes, the Aspen Art Museum, Anderson Ranch, and the Dallas Contemporary Art Museum. She resides in Dallas with her husband and co-founder John Scott.

Founder

Deborah Scott

John Scott is an experienced leader in the hospitality and leisure industry with more than twenty-five years of consumer facing business expertise across complex global, multi-unit, multi-brand enterprises. Most recently he served as CEO of Belmond Ltd. (NYSE: BEL), previously Orient-Express Hotels, engaged in the ownership and management of a global portfolio of luxury hotel, restaurant, tourist train and cruise businesses. Prior to joining Belmond, he served as CEO of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, a global luxury hotel management company. He serves as a director for publicly traded Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), a leading travel technology company, Subway Restaurants, and is currently a Senior Advisor with TPG Capital where he chairs one of their hospitality related operating companies. He is an active member of YPO and a former director of Cedar Fair Entertainment (NYSE: FUN), Kimpton Hotels, and of SMU’s Cox School of Business. John holds an MBA from Harvard and a BA from Dartmouth College.

Founder

John Scott

For over thirty years, Brady has been an influencer and innovator in the hospitality, entertainment and real estate development space. He has founded a wide variety of start-up and institutional investment ventures including award winning restaurants, live music venues, and multiple real estate developments. In 2013, he created WoodHouse, a food & beverage, hospitality, sports advisory, and investment firm. WoodHouse projects include The Star, Dallas Cowboys' $2B world headquarters, eight hotel redevelopments, four private membership clubs and over a dozen restaurants. Brady is an active member of YPO and graduated from SMU where he is a frequent guest lecturer and has helped create and/or served on a variety of boards.

Founder

Brady Wood

A native of Dallas, Megan is a practicing orthopedic hand surgeon, mother and engaged community member with a degree in architecture and passion for art, design and travel.  She is a Hockaday alumna, who studied at the University of California Berkeley, before returning to Texas to pursue her medical career at UT Southwestern Medical School. With her husband Brady, she has actively influenced his local hospitality ventures, while maintaining a busy private practice at Texas Hand and Arm Center. Megan has been active in numerous community organizations such as The Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Contemporary, and Planned Parenthood. In addition, she continues to participate on several medical boards related to her medical practice and has achieved D Magazine’s, Best Doctor, for more than ten years running.

Founder

Megan Wood

Little Nell Executive Chef Oscar Carrasco started his career in the kitchen learning at his mother’s side. Originally from southern Honduras, Oscar moved to join his family in Aspen in 2005. After graduating from the Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute, he continued his culinary education on the job alongside famous names like Todd English at the St. Regis Aspen. He then worked in well-known Aspen establishments like Dish Restaurant, Tempranillo in nearby Basalt and Casa Tua, before bringing his skills to The Little Nell. In early 2021, Oscar took on the role of Executive Chef at The Little Nell, overseeing all culinary operations alongside Culinary Director Matt Zubrod.

Oscar believes the best food comes from cooks who are feeling personally invested in the menu and spends the majority of his on the line, encouraging his team to make every dish palate perfect. He and his team have enhanced the popular menu with a few new items, such as the Cauliflower Gratin and Salmon Nicoise, and focus on featuring seasonal produce as much as possible. Outside of work Oscar still spends time in the kitchen, cooking for family and friends, and personally enjoys exploring the flavors of Southeast Asian cuisine.









Executive Chef

Oscar Carrasco

Director of Catering and Events

Jacob Martinez

General Manager

Bud Najjar

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