SCOTT PIOLI FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
Scott Pioli, Assistant General Manager of the Atlanta Falcons, and his family implemented the annual Scott Pioli Family Scholarship in 2013. This scholarship will be granted to a high school senior who has been involved in WIN for KC, through Camp WIN or the Youth Advisory Board. This is a one-time scholarship of $1,500, applied to winners future education endeavors of their choice.
Contact Stephanie Lankford at firstname.lastname@example.org for application information.
PAST SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
The 2018 Scott Pioli Family scholarship recipients are Annie Patton a graduate of Saint Thomas Aquinas High School and Reagan Amato a graduate of Notre Dame de Sion High School. Annie and Reagan were recognized at the 2018 WIN for KC Women’s Sports Awards Celebration.
2018 Recipients: Annie Patton and Reagan Amato
2017 Recipient: Asia Cook
2016 Recipient: Grace Corley
2015 Recipients: Sydney Daniels and Emily Stalcup
2014 Recipients: Molly Kruse and Grace Li-Haug
2013 Recipient: Kori Quinn
ABOUT SCOTT PIOLI
Scott Pioli is the current Atlanta Falcons Assistant General Manager. He has spent 22 years in the NFL, working with the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, New York Jets, New England Patriots, and Kansas City Chiefs before moving to the Falcons in 2014.
Pioli has been named NFL Executive of the Year by various national media outlets five times and is the youngest recipient of Sporting News’s George Young NFL Executive of the Year. In 2000, Pioli was also named the number one GM/Pro Sports Executive by Sports Illustrated, the NFL Executive of the Decade by Sporting News, and the NFL Personnel Man of the Decade by ESPN.
In nine-years with the New England Patriots, Pioli and Head Coach Bill Belichick compiled an NFL-best 102-42 (.708) regular season record, won Super Bowls XXXVI, XXXVIII and XXXIX, claimed four AFC championships, and won six AFC East titles.
Pioli was also the architect of one of the greatest turnarounds in Kansas City Chiefs history as the club won the AFC West with a 10-6 record in his second season at the helm in 2010. It was Kansas City’s first division title and home playoff appearance since 2003.
In 2013 Pioli served as an analyst on NBC’s Football Night in America where he offered fans behind the scenes insight into the NFL.
Pioli resides in Atlanta with his wife Dallas, and their daughter Mia.