Public Affairs January Staff Spotlight: Scott Schneider

Scott SchneiderScott Schneider

Director, Business and Support Services, West Plains Campus

Scott embodies the public affairs mission through his numerous volunteer efforts in the West Plains community.  A passion to help and mentor children, as well as the citizens of his community, he serves on several boards including the West Plains Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club of West Plains and Ozark Independent Living, which provides services to those with disabilities.  Scott takes on many roles to help ensure that programs and services remain viable and available to those in need.

Since 2009 Scott and his family has served as a host family for exchange students through the Rotary International Youth Exchange Program where he also assists as a Counselor and main point of contact for students while in the U.S.  And if you happen to miss seeing Scott on MSU’s campus, you can also find him volunteering with the local school band or in church as a youth group driver and children’s leader!

For his commitment to community engagement, ethical leadership and cultural competence, we are pleased to honor Scott Schneider as the January 2017 Staff Public Affairs Spotlight!

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6 Responses to Public Affairs January Staff Spotlight: Scott Schneider

  1. Chris Smith says:

    Congratulations Scott!! You are such an inspiration to us all! Love you!

  2. Lisa Wieseman says:

    Way to go cuz! Very admirable. Proud to call you family.

  3. Jeannine Smith Weiss says:

    Very inspiring you are indeed!! Such a selfless individual. Love that about you! Congratulations, well deserved!! Love you ‘cowboy’

  4. Freddy C. says:

    Congratulations!! I’m sure well deserved.

  5. Well done! Not sure what our group would do without your contributions. So well thought of…. your involvement improves lives of many. Thank you Scott!

  6. Rajiv Thakur says:

    Way to go Scott!