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Kenneth Scott

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 who 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.

"Living up to your true potential and dreams is what life's all about. We have many talents, so pursue them all."

- Latricia A. Banks

About Me

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. Furthermore, he was 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, leader, and trainer in one of the largest Fortune 40 companies. He utilized his expertise in sales and marketing to coach executives, improving their business metrics, skills, and knowledge. In light of this, he now applies the same techniques to assist student-athletes (and even non-athletes) in building, leveraging, and utilizing their brands to market themselves to create opportunities.

In addition to his professional endeavors, he is a passionate advocate for social health. He oversees the DVHRT Pilot Program within the Harris County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council (HCDVCC) under the Domestic Violence High-Risk Team (DVHRT). He facilitates classes, staff training, and coaching services for individuals who have caused harm in intimate partner relationships to become better partners, parents, and individuals. In conjunction, he also lectures at Rice University, teaching Critical Thinking in Sexuality.

Kenneth is a personable and versatile individual who consistently demonstrates excellence across multiple fields, revealing a breadth of passion and energy and letting people know that pressure is no match for purpose, as he coined in his TEDx Talk.

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