Gee Scott

Gee Scott

Gee Scott, a Chicago native who has called Washington home since 1999, is co-host of “The Gee & Ursula Show” on KIRO Newsradio 97.3 FM. Gee, a graduate of Western College of Auctioneering, is also a Seattle Seahawks game day host. Gee and his wife Lillian live in Tacoma, Washington. Gee, a high-energy speaker for today’s audiences, built a career infusing personal experiences, innovation and infectious energy across many industries. Gee embodies hustle, drive, determination, transformation and success. Follow Gee: @GeeScottSr

Gee Scott: ‘We need more police’ in Seattle’s Rainier Valley

Would you have your son or daughter show up to work the next day after five people were shot at the grocery store they worked at?
11 months ago

Gee: Time is money but time with loved ones is worth more

I only remember a few monetary gifts that my dad bought me, but I remember how much time he spent with me.
12 months ago

Gee: Police officers should be allowed to march in Pride Parade

When the Seattle Pride Parade decided to ban uniformed police officers from marching, it feels like a powerful moment was missed.
1 year ago

Gee Scott: Where did all the good customer service go?

Good customer service is an essential aspect of any successful business. Customers have more power and options than ever before.
1 year ago

Gee Scott: Why does alcohol get so much love?

Why does alcohol get such good PR despite the fact it is the fourth-leading preventable cause of death in the U.S.
1 year ago

Gee: Is Pete Carroll the real life Ted Lasso?

I wonder if the writers of Ted Lasso reached out to Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll at all when creating the show.
1 year ago

Gee: Ja Morant made a mistake, but haven’t we all

I don’t know about you, but I often cringe about some of the things I’ve said back in the day. That had me thinking about Ja Morant.
1 year ago

Gee: ‘Nice ride bro,’ the power of kindness to the unhoused

Many in this country are one missed paycheck away from being unhoused. Many people find themselves unable to pay rent or mortgage payments.
1 year ago

Gee: Those that love addicts know treatment is the only way forward

My hope and prayer is that there is a dramatic increase in drug treatment facilities. Addicts need access to treatment.
1 year ago

Gee: Kaepernick supporters need to know what they’re supporting

Hey Colin Kaepernick, so, what’s the plan? Folks that support you want to know.
5 years ago

Ask Gee: Growing up in a racist family and recognizing privilege

Alex in Lynnwood comes from a racist family. But the decisions both he and his mother made have changed his path. He's looking for a way to do even more for any person or group that is marginalized.
5 years ago

Gee: Sometimes I wonder what it was like for a black man in the media in…

An unknown person dropped off a small doll and two notes addressed to me at the entrance to KIRO Radio. This is why I talk about racism.
5 years ago

Gee: Let’s be really honest, to err is human

Everyone makes mistakes. I think we can all admit that. But taking responsibility for our mistakes is easier said than done. We need to work on that.
5 years ago

Gee: There are two sides to gun debate — love and hate

Yet another mass shooting in America. And yet another round of pleas to do something about the gun industry. Here's a new idea -- pay them.
5 years ago

Gee: Are President Trump’s tweets infested with racism?

President Trump has tweeted and yet again he is stoking racial division and tensions by putting down a district that is primarily black and brown people.
5 years ago

Gee: Should a CEO really make this much money?

The average CEO keeps getting a pay bump each year. But the average worker continues to sit still, not moving anywhere. Is this fair?
5 years ago

Gee: This is beyond politics, this is Donald Trump

I found it difficult to come into work this week after what President Trump said. Maintaining professionalism can sometimes be hard. But I had a good reason to go on the air.
5 years ago

Gee: Is social media making us all more lonely?

Social media was supposed to help people come together. But perhaps it's not helping. And perhaps the negative people on the internet are the ones hurting.
5 years ago

Gee: Should wealth protect people from consequences?

After controversy over Jeffrey Epstein and Alex Acosta is a prime example of the importance of journalism and the good it does.
5 years ago

Gee: What does it really mean to be truly wealthy?

What does it mean to be truly wealthy? Is it all the things you can buy? Can it actually buy more time with friends and family ?
5 years ago

Gee: Somebody randomly asked me about reparations

Somebody asked me about reparations recently. Do I want a check for the government? Or is there another way this could work?
5 years ago

Gee: The one Father’s Day I will always remember

I was able to spend Father's day with my dad 39 times. But there is one Father's Day that stands out. It's one that I will always remember.
5 years ago

Gee: What is your personal reaction to Pride Month?

June is Pride Month. Do you know why? Have you wondered why there isn't a Straight Pride Month? A recent experience in Spokane got me thinking.
5 years ago

Gee: Some people don’t get the benefit of the doubt

I watched the "When They See Us." Now I can't sleep. I remember when I wasn't given the benefit of the doubt. I had to learn to leave no doubt.
5 years ago