Scott Lawrance earned a bachelor’s from Butler University, master’s degree at Middle Tennessee State University, and a master’s in physical therapy and Doctor of Health Science degrees from the University of Indianapolis. He began his career working at Centennial HS in Franklin, Tennessee followed by three years at the University of Indianapolis. For the next seven years, Scott worked clinically at the Shelbourne Knee Center and then St. Vincent Sports Performance. He currently is an Associate Professor, Clinical Education Coordinator, and Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Indianapolis. Scott is an accomplished educator having published in several journals and regularly reviews for many professional journals. He has presented at numerous workshops and symposiums including at the IATA, GLATA and NATA Annual Meetings. Scott has served in many different capacities within IATA as Corporate Sponsor Coordinator (2004-2005), Development Committee Chair (2005-2010), President (2012-2014), and as a member of the History and Archives Committee (2013-Present). He was the Indiana State Representative to the GLATA Executive Board (2012-2014) and is getting ready to serve a term as GLATA President (2016-2018). He also served as a Division IV Caucus leader for the NATA’s State Association Advisory Committee (SAAC) and in 2007, Scott was appointed to the Indiana Athletic Trainers Licensing Board.