DOMINIQUE D. SCOTT
Dominique is a native of and currently resides in Baltimore City. He matriculated through the Baltimore City Public School System culminating in his graduation from the Baltimore City College High School in 2001. He continued his under graduate education at Bowie State University where he graduated with honors in 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. Before finding his current full time passion, Dominique spent time with the Transportation Security Administration in Arlington, VA as a Public Affairs Specialist. As a Public Affairs Specialist, Dominique was responsible for preparing talking points and presentations for the Director of the public affairs department of the TSA. Dominique is currently a Paramedic with the Baltimore City Fire Department where he analyzes and takes command of patient care with full responsibility for the patient until relieved by proper medical staff as well as providing emergency medical treatment at the scene of an accident or illness and transporting sick and injured persons to medical facilities. He has been aiding the citizens of Baltimore in this capacity for the past 12 years. Dominique is a newlywed, devoted father to 3 children, loving son and brother. In his free time Dominique coaches high school soccer at his alma mater, Baltimore City College, where he has been coaching for 10 years, plays softball and is an active member, acting as the treasurer, for his fraternal chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
Kevin Reilly is a former Harford County physical education teacher and coach. He was the head football coach at Edgewood High School from 1988-1991, Aberdeen High School 1993-2000. He also taught and coached in Maryland in Howard County, Frederick County, Charles County, and at Shepherd College in WVA. He retired from Aberdeen High School in 2011 after thirty-seven years in education. His wife Terry is also a retired Harford County teacher who taught and worked in administration at both Edgewood and Joppatowne High Schools.