Scott Galloway

Scott Galloway
Scott has served DeSoto ISD a Head Athletic Trainer from 1999-2013 and 2015 to the present. Scott worked for Texas Health Resources from 2013-2015. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health Education from Texas A&M University and an MBA in Healthcare Management from WGU Texas. Scott is licensed by the Texas Department of Health and Certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association to practice as an Athletic Trainer. In 2003, Scott was awarded the Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association James “Doc” Dodson New Horizon Award, which was developed for the purpose of recognizing relatively new qualified members of District VI for their unique or immediate contributions to the SWATA or the athletic training profession. In 2008, Scott was awarded the SWATA John W. Harvey Humanitarian Award for positively impacting ethnic minority athletic trainers and/or physically active ethnic minority individuals. In 2007, Scott was selected to participate in the N.A.T.A‘s Task Force on Sickle Cell Trait with the objective to encourage Sickle Trait Testing of athletes at every level to ensure safe participation in sports. He has been a presenter for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association, as well as regional and local meetings. Scott also presented to the Sickle Cell Foundation of Palm Beach, Florida in August 2009 and to the National Sickle Cell Disease Association of America in October 2009. In December 2010 Scott was a presenter to the NATA’s Youth Safety Alliance in Washington D.C. Scott currently serves as the District Secretary to the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association, and is past chairman of the Texas State Athletic Trainers Association.