Scott Pizani

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Bio Scott Pizani has over 42 years of experience in the pageantry arts as a performer, instructor, designer and director. He has served as an adjudicator for Winter Guard International (WGI), Drum Corps International (DCI), Western Bands Association (WBA), US Bands, California Color Guard Circuit (CCGC), Winter Guard Association of Southern California (WGASC), Texas Color Guard Association, North Texas Color Guard Association, Southern Association of Performing Arts (SAPA), Carolina Winter Ensemble Association (CWEA), Indiana High School Color Guard Association (IHSCGA) and various other marching band and color guard circuits across the county. As a performer, Scott was a member of the Emerald Marquis Winterguard from Boston, Massachusetts. He has served as the Director / Designer of the James Logan High School Color Guard and Winterguard, South Lafourche High School Color Guard and Winterguard, Nicholls State University Color Guard, and Dutch Boy Drum and Bugle Corps from Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. In addition, he has been an instructor / clinician with Marching Auxiliaries (MA), has taught summer color guard camps and leadership clinics throughout the country and was a designer / instructor for the opening ceremonies of the World's Fair in Sydney / Brisbane, Australia. Outside of the pageantry arts, Scott has a Bachelor's Degree in Biology Education and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership. He served as Principal of Guy Emanuele Elementary School which was recognized as a California Distinguished School under his tenure. Scott currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent / Chief Academic Officer for the New Haven Unified School District in Union City, California. In addition, he is an Association of California School Administrators (ASCA) Certified Leadership Coach for California school administrators seeking their California Clear Administrative Credential.

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