Scott Davis has been an educator for seventeen years. He spent the first five years of his career teaching inner-city students in Warren, Ohio. He has been the CBI Teacher/Coordinator for the past eleven years in the West Branch School District through the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center teaching grades 7-12. He is currently the Legislative Liaison serving on the CBI Board of Directors. His responsibilities also include running the state CBI web page, Facebook Page, and the CBI Chronicle. He has degrees in Automotive Academics, Integrated Social Studies, Curriculum and Instruction, as well as his CBI endorsement. He has lived and traveled all over the world while serving in the United States Army and is a veteran of the Gulf War during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Although he owned and operated Freeland Auto Restoration, a successful classic car restoration shop, he felt that he would find greater fulfillment in his life if he went back to school and became a teacher. Teaching is what he was truly meant to do. Scott uses this life experience in his classroom to build relationships with his students. He and his wife Traci have been married for 32 years and make their home in Austintown, Ohio. Scott believes that the students he serves in CBI are the backbone of America and helping them achieve and find success in their lives serves the greater good. He finds his greatest success in the success of his students. Scott lives by the motto “Let’s stop thinking in terms of limitations and start thinking in terms of possibilities”.