Scott McClure works for Image Matters, LLC as a Geospatial Enterprise Architect who specializes in the United States Air Force's Civil Engineer community. McClure is currently on contract to architect an Air Force wide program to enshrine reality capture models as the new basis for interoperable and standardized building documentation. For over 15 years at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson in Alaska, he worked as an Operations Engineer, Lead Asset Manager, and Innovation Integrator while learning an essential truth by working directly with craftsmen: any tool not designed well enough to be usable by the user might as well be useless. He has learned from that experience, applied it across the Air Force through multiple innovation successes, and has found enjoyment in facilitating difficult conversations across diverse groups of people. As the Chairman of the Digital Twin Integration Subcommittee for the NIBS BIM Council, he counts himself lucky to work with exceptional people in guiding compassionate change through integrated digital transformation. Ultimately, he would like to ensure that communities grow more bonded because of their commonalities while believing that they grow more capable because of their differences.