Mark Scotland began his career with Public Works Department in 1989 and held the position of Deputy Chief Engineer – in charge of the Roads Division. In 2004, following his tenure as a Civil Servant, Mr. Scotland started his own small Engineering and Project Consulting Firm, which he still has today. He was also Managing Director and part owner of a Road Construction, Paving and Infrastructure Company. In 2009 Mr. Scotland was elected to the Legislative Assembly as the First Elected Member for Bodden Town. He served as Minister responsible for Health, Environment, Youth, Sports and Culture for the period 2009-2013. As Minister he represented the Cayman Islands in various forums both locally and internationally. He created and amended legislation for the enhancement of health care in the Cayman Islands, including important amendments to the Health Insurance Law. Since 2013 Mr. Scotland has continued his career as a Project Consultant and a businessman. He is part owner of a local Air Ambulance operation since 2014, and he is the owner of a Ground Ambulance service. He is also a shareholder in a growing Medical Tourism business on Grand Cayman which provides Pharmaceutical treatments to visiting patients from overseas. Mr. Scotland is very active in the community, and has served on various Boards and Committees. He is currently serving as Chairman of the Board of Governors of University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI).