Scot Thomas has chosen the Cortex Team to work with as a Leadership Associate.
Scot Thomas is certified in DISC and will be leading the continued expansion of Cortex organization in the New River Valley region while working with other consultants and coaches on the Cortex team to help organizations realize their leadership and team potential.
For 23 years Scot Thomas was the head softball coach at Virginia Tech. Scot was the chief architect for designing the program when it started in 1995 which pioneered more women’s sports at the University and fulfilled the school’s Title IX. He proudly led the Hokies softball program to 8 NCAA regional appearances, 8 conference tournament championship appearances and in 2008 to the Women’s College World Series. Under Scot’s leadership and coaching the Hokies would be considered a team of national prominence.
Scot was named the VA State Coach of the Year 6 times, NCAA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year 5 times and twice named Conference Coach of the Year in the Atlantic 10 and Atlantic Coast Conferences.
A veteran of the United States Naval Reserves, Scot has a passionate interest in community involvement working with the American Heart Association, Help Save the Next Girl, The Aware Foundation, hurricane and flood relief, and Hogs4Hokies. He has two kids, Andrew (21) and Liza (17), that are both musically inclined and often sing alongside their Dad who plays guitar and mandolin. He is an avid sports fan, loves to play golf, hunt, fish and is a proud Harley-Davidson enthusiast.