Scott Pleasants is dynamic, detail oriented, highly motivated and results driven professional with over twenty (20) years of proven IT leadership and in-depth understanding of the IT industry.
He currently serves as the Director of Engineering and Computational Technology for the Liberty University School of Engineering where he is responsible for aligning technology services and initiatives with the teaching, research, and administrative functions of the programs. He is active involved in several public relations roles that encompass K-12, STEM, DoD, and civic opportunities.
Additionally, he is responsible for supervising all of the engineering and computer science technology initiatives, including applications, development, infrastructure, workstation support, data center, network, instructional technology, and user support services.
His prior service in the U.S. Army and National Guard have been key in moving forward with defense-based research, which has aided in the development of intelligence specific IT programs at the university.
Currently, Scott serves as Vice-President of the Region 2000 Technology Council, a non-profit business organization, is dedicated to fostering an environment that stimulates innovation and growth of technology-focused organizations in the 2000 square miles that comprise Virginia's Region 2000.
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Region 2000 Technology Council
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