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Kenneth Scott used to catch passes between lines; now, he writes and shares stories that transcend them. He is a six-time author, writer, social health speaker, musician, and educator. Through his oral and written literature, he inspires others to step outside the lines of traditional thinking to live beyond their limitations by recognizing their gifts and utilizing their gifts to Leave A Blessing.
Kenneth obtained two degrees as a student-athlete from the University of Utah and received numerous accolades for his leadership, community service, athletics, and academic performance. He was even awarded the Most Inspirational Male Student-Athlete and got opportunities to play professionally in the NFL and CFL.
After retiring from football, Kenneth became a top sales professional in one of the largest Fortune 40 companies. He utilized his expertise in sales and marketing to coach executives and improve their business metrics, skills, and knowledge. In light of this, he now applies the same techniques to assist student-athletes in building, leveraging, and utilizing their brands.
In addition to his professional endeavors, Kenneth is an adjunct professor at Rice University and works with a non-profit agency to further his advocacy for social health. He facilitates classes, training, and coaching services to support and identify healthier coping mechanisms in intimate relationships to decrease the likelihood of exercising verbal/emotional, sexual, physical, financial, and spiritual abuse toward their partner as an option based on their emotional state, history of dysfunction, belief system, and peer association.
Kenneth is a personable and versatile individual who consistently demonstrates excellence across multiple fields, revealing a breadth of talent and passion.
Kenneth's exceptional speaking skills make him the most suitable candidate to achieve any event planner's vision, whether it's a training, workshop, keynote, conference, or any other occasion. His TEDx Talk on "Pressure, No Match for Purpose" showcases his prowess at delivering a powerful message. Make sure to have him speak to your group to experience his flexibility and impact firsthand.
The release of Scott's anthem "Rise Up" before the Pac-12 Championship Game is one of the most viral moments in Utah football history. His music has been played in many stadiums, podcasts, radio shows, and television shows since then. Additionally, Kenneth is the first musical artist to perform at the University of Utah's halftime show with crowds of up to 70k people. He also collaborates with major corporations such as Little Caesars, which helped promote his song "GO CRAZY!"